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  • Social Media Workshop

    Social Media Workshop

    9:30 am-11:30 am
    01-04-2019

    Flourish on Facebook

    Discover how to reach new audiences and share your group’s message through the popular social media platform of Facebook.
    This workshop will help you build an online presence for your group and is presented by the communication specialists at Hancock Creative.

    Monday, 1 April 2019
    9.30am to 11.30am
    Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions – Torndirrup Room
    17 Dick Perry Ave, Kensington

    Book Now: www.trybooking.com/BBGGQ

    WiFi will be available for attendees so you’re welcome to bring your mobile device and follow along as the Hancock Creative presenter displays facebooks functions, how to use them, how to make them work for you to achieve the best results for your group. Morning tea will be provided. This event is possible because of support from Alcoa of Australia, the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, and Perth NRM. For enquiries, please contact Sharon Munro at [email protected] or 9374 3333.

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  • Botanical Wonders of Armadale

    Botanical Wonders of Armadale

    6:30 pm-8:30 pm
    02-04-2019

    The City of Armadale Bushcare and Environmental Working Group presents
    Botanical Wonders of Armadale

    Tuesday 2 April 2019
    Function Room City of Armadale Administration Centre
    7 Orchard Avenue, Armadale
    6.30 to 8.30pm

    Dr Adam Cross, a Research Fellow at the Department of Environment and Agriculture at Curtin University, will discuss botanical heritage and conservation in the Armadale region.
    Hear about the regions exceptional biodiversity, particularly for carnivorous plants and other ecological and botanical oddities. Find out the most at-risk plant species that require urgent management to preserve for future generations. Time for Q&As with Dr Cross at the end of the session.

    RSVP to the City of Armadale Environmental Administration Officer by 26 March 9394 5874 or [email protected]

  • Botanical heritage and conservation in the Armadale region

    Botanical heritage and conservation in the Armadale region

    6:30 pm-8:30 pm
    02-04-2019

    Botanical heritage and conservation in the Armadale region – Dr Adam Cross

    Location:             City of Armadale Function Room – Above Administration
    Date:                     Tuesday 2 April 2019
    Time:                    6:30 – 8:30pm
    Catering:             Tea, coffee and finger food

    The greater Armadale region harbours an exceptional biodiversity, particularly for carnivorous plants and other ecological and botanical oddities.
    However, Armadale is also home to some of the most at-risk plant species in Western Australia, and these require urgent management if they are to be preserved for future generations.

    Dr Adam Cross will present on botanical heritage and conservation in the Armadale region, and there will be an opportunity for questions at the end of the presentation.

    If you would like to attend please RSVP to Debbie Hewston by 26 March 2019 via:
    Email:    [email protected]; or
    Phone: 9394 5874

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  • CRRPV Bird Survey

    CRRPV Bird Survey

    7:00 am-12:00 pm
    07-04-2019

    Canning River Regional Park Volunteers
    Bird Survey – 6 routes

    WHEN: Sunday 7 April
    TIME: 7am start
    WHERE: Contact for more details

     CRRPV Current Work Sites Oct 2017

    Further info: Jo 9458 3669 or Pam [email protected]

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  • Community Forum ACT FOR BIRDS

    Community Forum ACT FOR BIRDS

    6:00 pm-8:30 pm
    09-04-2019

    BirdLife Australia – Act for Birds
    Community Forum, Perth

    Date: Tuesday 9th April
    Time: 6:00pm for a 6:30 (running until 8:30pm)
    Venue: Tamala Room, WA Ecology Centre, Bold Park

    Join the BirdLife Australia campaigns team in Perth alongside our local branch for an update on the movement for stronger nature laws to protect our birds and their habitats.

    You will hear a compelling local story of love, loss and why we need change, you will also have the opportunity to share your story with like-minded nature lovers.

    For over 5 years BirdLife Australia, together with the Places You Love alliance, has been calling for stronger nature laws as documented in our 2018 report Restoring the Balance, and it all comes to a head this year. The Federal Election is just around the corner with two major parties already committed to environmental law reform. Plus, Australia’s key environmental legislation, the EPBC Act 1999 is up for its 20-year review.

    2019 is shaping up to be a big year for the environment movement but we have to keep our voices loud and our message strong. That is why BirdLife Australia will be hosting 4 town hall meetings across the country.

    Our real power to secure stronger nature laws – and better outcomes for birds – lies in the stories and voices of local bird-lovers from around the country. This series of community meetings will bring together people who care about birds and nature to share their stories and knowledge and to take action.

    Attendees will get the chance to hear how the movement is progressing and what we can do, together, to ensure our birds are genuinely protected.

    This will be a great opportunity for passionate nature lovers (like you!) to connect with one another, come up with ideas of your own, and take action together for the places and birds you love!

    Tea, coffee and snacks provided.

    RSVP HERE

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  • CRRPV Work Day

    CRRPV Work Day

    8:30 am-12:00 pm
    13-04-2019

    Canning River Regional Park Volunteers
    WORK DAY

    WHEN: Sat 13 April
    TIME: 8.30am-12pm
    WHERE: Site to be advised, contact Jo.

     CRRPV Current Work Sites Oct 2017

    Further info: Jo 9458 3669 or Pam [email protected]

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  • Roe 8 Rehabilitation – Community Day

    Roe 8 Rehabilitation – Community Day

    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    14-04-2019

    Community day

    Sunday 14 April, 10am–2pm
    North Lake Reserve, Hope Rd Bibra Lake

    Do you want to know what’s been happening in this amazing space?
    Join the Rehabilitating Roe 8 Advisory Committee, community groups and locals to celebrate the rehabilitation efforts within the Roe 8 corridor.
    Park at The Wetlands Centre Cockburn, then follow the signs to the entry gate in North Lake Reserve.

    • Indigenous music
    • Meet experts who have been working to restore native plants and animals
    • Fun kids activities
    • Sausage sizzle (including vegetarian
      options)

    T 08 9411 3444
    E [email protected]

    For more information visit rehabilitatingroe8.org/whats-on

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  • CRRPV Meeting

    CRRPV Meeting

    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    17-04-2019

    Canning River Regional Park Volunteers
    MEETING

    WHEN: Wed 17 April
    TIME: 7.30pm-9.30pm
    WHERE: CREEC – Canning River Eco Education Centre

    Further info: Jo 9458 3669 or Pam [email protected]

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