Due to the uncertainty of the current lockdown, this session will be moved to a later date. Please check the Eventbrite listing.
In our 16 week Caring for Country program, Parklands Ranger Danny Jones will be joined for our regular weekly park restoration sessions by First Nations guide Brendon Kennedy.
Brendon is a cultural tour guide, traditional land manager and craftsman. He was Victoria’s first Aboriginal Landcare Officer and has extensive experience in local bush crafts and interpreting country for community members. Brendon will share an Indigenous view of the landscape we work in.
Come along for one or all sessions, as we find out what the bush can tell us and work on the practical tasks that are protecting threatened species, improving habitat and linking habitat corridors across the region.
When: 9.30 to 11.30am (2 hrs)
Where: The bush parks of Wodonga, starting in Castle Creek Conservation park – Check the Eventbrite registration page for details of each week’s site and meeting place.
What is supplied: All tools and any specific safety equipment needed.
What to bring: BYO drinking water. For your safety, please wear covered shoes (preferably boots), long pants, long sleeves and a hat.
Please register! Sometimes things change at the last minute and we need to be able to contact volunteers. Please register with our Eventbrite listing.
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This program is supported by the Victorian Government through the Volunteering Innovation Fund.