Have you got your inspiration for SALA yet?
Remember, the theme this year is “Adelaide Hills – four seasons to be happy.”
We reckon there’s sooooo much to be happy about here in the Hills that you’ll have no problems churning out a masterpiece.
You can submit details of your artwork via this application form.
We’re also looking for stallholders for our SECOND ever craft fair (the first one was so popular, we just had to do it again!)
For more information, contact The Summit (8390 0457) or the Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre (8390 1891) or email: email@example.com.
Dr Philip Roetman will introduce you to citizen science and the variety of project that you can join like counting koalas, spotlighting in rock pools and recording bats. He is speaking at the Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre (AHNRC) on Tuesday May 15, 7.30 pm – 9.00 pm. The cost is a gold coin donation.
We still have seats available for the talk – there are so many different projects on the go – you can even do some in your own backyard! Find out how you can be part of exciting and valuable research.
Get up close to some fascinating creepy crawlies!
Kirsten will introduce the children to a variety of invertebrates so that they learn to develop an understanding and appreciation of the natural world.
This event will be held at Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre, 4 Crescent Drive, Norton Summit on Thursday April 19th 10.30 – 11.30 am. The cost $5.00. It is suitable for children aged 3 years and over. Children must be accompanied by an adult – you will love it too!
REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL.
To book please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the names of the children, their ages and the parent/carer name. Payment can be made on the day.
TO CELEBRATE WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2018, ADELAIDE HILLS NATURAL RESOURCE CENTRE IS CALLING FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE 6th QUIET GREEN ACHIEVER AWARDS
Please note: entries close at 4pm on May 3rd
The Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre (AHNRC) would like to recognise the inspirational people whose actions support the environmental health of the region; who do this without seeking recognition or compensation.
Do you know someone who has selflessly given their time, lives sustainably, shares their skills or inspires others to lead a greener life style?
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
The nominee could be involved in • a land care group • a community garden •a school kitchen garden or even •creating habitat in their own backyard.
32 people have received awards over the past 5 years and we want to hear about other Quiet Green Achievers.
TO NOMINATE A QUIET GREEN ACHIEVER:
Simply tell us about this inspirational person and what they do or have achieved in your own words, in a paragraph or up to 200 words.
You can nominate more than one person by submitting separate entries.
- The nominee’s name, email, residential address and phone number.
- The nominator’s name, email, residential address, and phone number.
Send your “QUIET GREEN ACHIEVER” entries or enquiries to:
- Email: Val Hunt, AHNRC Coordinator, email@example.com
- Post: Quiet Green Achiever Awards, Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre, P O Box 165, Norton Summit SA 5136
- Deliver to: Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre, 4 Crescent Drive, Norton Summit, SA 5136
- Phone: (08) 8390 1891 open: Tuesdays-Thursdays: 9.00am -3.00pm
The AHNRC will advise the nominator if the submission is successful.
The successful nominees will be acknowledged at a public event to be held at the AHNRC on June 2nd 2018.
A group of 16 local community members picked up a whopping 6 cubic metres of rubbish over three hours last Sunday morning.
Ray and Jean White coordinated the Clean Up Australia Day in Norton Summit for the Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre with the help of several members of 4th Creek Catchment Group, some local residents and 4 children.
Much of the rubbish collected was able to be recycled, including cardboard, glass bottles, aluminium cans and steel. While the children reaped the benefit of the cash refund, it is a poor reflection on those who toss these products out of the car. Other items collected included tyres, plastic bags, car parts, rural and building waste, plus fast food containers. Guess how far you can drive eating a big Mac?
Most of these items were collected from roadsides adjacent to 3rd Creek and 4th Creek catchment areas and had the potential to cause harm to wildlife, aquatic creatures and to the health of the creeks.
What a great effort by everyone who helped. It is a pity that we still need to run these programs to clean up the rubbish carelessly dispersed by others.
CLEAN UP (NORTON SUMMIT) AUSTRALIA DAY – SUNDAY MARCH 4th
Removing rubbish from our roadsides helps to reduce water pollution, injury to wildlife and improves the ambience of our area. Join a team or get friends and neighbours together to clean up your patch. You must register and turn up at the AHNRC at 9.30 to sign on and collect bags, sharps containers and high viz vests. BYO hats, gloves, sunscreen and water.
For information about how we did in 2017 see 2017 RUBBISH REPORT – SOUTH AUSTRALIA