Monthly Archives

May 2014

  • Free screening of “TRASHED”

    Award winning documentary film “TRASHED” will be screened at the Kiama Pavilion on the 20th of June from 6-9pm
    If you have not seen this film, it is definitely worth taking the time to do so.
    Jeremy Irons takes viewers on a journey through the realities of the waste problem our planet faces and Tim Silverwood – […]

  • FREE WETLAND EVENT SUNDAY 15 JUNE 2014

    You are invited to a special wetland event hosted by WetlandCare Australia and South East Local Land Services. The day will start with a presentation by WetlandCare Australia covering everything that is great about wetlands such as their habitat and biodiversity values, superior carbon storage abilities and high benefit to agricultural productivity, as well as […]

  • Talking Landcare – ‘Wildlife and Habitat’

    Talking Landcare – ‘Wildlife and Habitat’

    Talking Landcare evenings invite any interested community member to come and hear about anything environmentally relevant to the region.
    This is an opportunity for people to get to know the Landcare Illawarra team and what we do as well as hear about exciting projects, stories and hear from interesting key note […]

  • Yelling out for Yallah workshop

    You are invited to an Illawarra Lowlands Grassy Woodland Field Day
    South East Local Land Services, the Office of Environment and Heritage, Landcare Illawarra, Yallah TAFE and a number of local experts are

    hosting a field day on Saturday, 17 May at four local sites to highlight the importance of this Endangered Ecological Community.
    Participants will learn about:

    Threats […]

  • “WHO’S LIVING ON MY LAND?” workshop

    “WHO’S LIVING ON MY LAND?” Citizen Science Project
    Illawarra region

    The “Who’s Living on My Land?” project is run by the National Parks Association of NSW (NPA NSW), a not-for-profit and non-government conservation organisation and a lead partner of the Great Eastern Ranges initiative. The project is supported by a grant from the Foundation for National Parks […]