Loddon Plains Landcare Network is a collective of farmer, Landcare and other environmental groups located northwest of Bendigo working to improve the natural environment.
As part of Naturally Loddon – a month long series of environmental events across the Loddon Shire – the network has organised a tree planting day at four sites, from Wedderburn to Durham Ox , for Saturday , 4 September. Urban volunteers are needed to join with network members and share this enjoyable and rewarding day.
A dinner (with entertainment by Kinja ) will be held in the Serpentine Hall to celebrate the day’s landcare work. Volunteer tree planters and network members are welcome to attend.
The day’s timetable
11 am Arrive at sites, briefing, lunch (provided)
12 pm Planting, guarding, watering trees and shrubs
5 pm Arrive Serpentine Hall (Drinks and nibbles)
6.30 pm Dinner and Entertainment
9 pm Close
What to bring
Volunteers should bring with them a hat, sunscreen, gloves, water bottle, waterproof boots and a change of clothes for the dinner. All planting equipment will be provided.
Who to contact
All volunteers and network members participating on the day must register with Penny Wall by Wednesday 25 August.
(Ph: 54361262; M: 048836126
Please advise Penny of any dietary special requirements
KINJA TO ENTERTAIN LANDCARERS
Made possible by the generous support of the Inglewood and Districts Community Branch of the Bendigo Bank
Ron Murray and Sarah James (pictured above) celebrate the cultural heritage of their ancestors in a blend of indigenous Australian and Celtic music. In many ways Ron and Sarah that playing together is their special contribution to reconciliation between indigenous and non-indigenous people in this country.