Events

Restoring Country

Friday, 22 September 2017

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Red Swainson Pea (Swainsona Plagiotropis)

Join Trust for Nature, North Central Catchment Authority and the Northern Plains Conservation Management Network at a privately owned covenanted property for a day of talks and walks on natural and cultural heritage.

Hear about Peter and Jen’s journey in bringing back their property’s health and ecological function.

Accompany Dr Jim Radford for a walk across the property, looking at the birds and other native fauna that call the Plains their home.

Learn about the Indigenous Cultural Heritage values and sites on the property and across the Plains from Dja Dja Wurrung Traditional Owners.

Registration is essential for catering purposes. 

When: Friday, 22 September 2017

Where: Wanurp, near Echuca

Cost: Free

REGISTRATIONS HAVE CLOSED FOR THIS EVENT

Event partners

This field day is supported by the Northern Plains Conservation Management Network and the North Central CMA’s Remnant Grassy Ecosystem Project, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme.


Northern Plains Conservation Management Network     North Central Catchment Management Authority     Australian Government National Landcare Programme

Spring into Nature with us

Our yearly field day program of conservation events throughout September to November

Each year we hold a series of events around Victoria throughout the spring season. Hundreds of attendees join in, travelling from from all over the country. Our events come in all kinds of formats, and may include:

  • Open days at private conservation properties
  • Workshops to learn more about a species or subject
  • Field outings to put your new knowledge into practice
  • Guided tours by experts in the fields of science, conservation and/or species
  • Camping and hiking trips
  • Talks on private land conservation practices for landowners
  • Knowledge sharing and networking

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