The Kersbrook Landcare Group volunteers grow an incredible number of native species from grasses, groundcovers, understorey plants to trees in their nursery at South Para.
The Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre is happy to be hosting a native plant sale on Saturday 24 June from 10 am – 12 noon for the Kersbrook Landcare Group. Most seedlings are $2.00. Yvonne and friends will be at the AHNRC to advise you.
Please bring cash (small change where possible) and some boxes or bags to carry your new plants home.
People who want to improve their pastures in a sustainable way are invited to a free four week course run by the Adelaide and Mount Lofty NRM Board with funding from the national Landcare programme. See the flyer below for details:
Sustainable pastures flyer June 2017
Our next guest speaker is Professor Corey Bradshaw who will challenge you with his talk – “Degrading My Daughter’s Future – global environmental decline and the fate of human society”.
Corey will be appearing on Tuesday June 27th starting at 7.30 pm. The cost is $5.00 or $2.00 for students. Please pay at the door.
Professor Bradshaw’s current position is Matthew Flinders Fellow in Global Ecology , School of Biological Sciences at Flinders University. His extensive research projects focus on global change ecology. His work has provided environmental policy advice around the world.
Corey’s talks and publications are always thought provoking, stirring and inspiring so don’t miss this.
Have you ever wondered how cutting edge projects in land care management are rewarded?
The Landcare Awards acknowledge and celebrate benchmark Landcare projects at state and territory and national levels. Nine diverse categories showcase the innovation, commitment and passion of 5,400 Landcare and Coastcare groups across the country.
Refer to the entry requirements and entry rules and conditions documents for detailed guidelines, terms and conditions relating to all entries.
Applications close on 15 July 2017 in South Australia.
Dr Philip Jones, Senior Curator of Anthropology at the SA Museum will be speaking about George French Angas, (1822-1886), naturalist and artist. During his talk, he will make brief references to encounters with the Peramangk people whose traditional lands are primarily located in the Adelaide Hills, and also in the southern stretches of the Fleurieu Peninsula. It is happening here on May 9 2017 at 7.15 for a 7.30 start. $5 for general admission, $2 for students. Registration is essential. Phone 8390 1891 or email the Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please pay at the door.
Calling all artists and crafters!
Seeking artists in any medium to enter their work in our exhibition:
“Adelaide Hills – Wild”
Artwork reflecting nature – space – life -place
Friday 18 to Sunday 27 August 2017
Craft market held on Sunday 20 August 2017
People’s Choice Award Sunday 27 August 2017
Entries close 3.00 pm Friday 4 August
No entry fee
For further information and entry forms contact: