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Events – Noosa & District Landcare

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If you are booking more than one person into an event, please note that you will need to do a separate booking for each person.

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Find a Frog in February

FIND A FROG IN FEBRUARY

23rd January 2019
With Eva Ford – MRCCC (Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee)

Eva Ford from the Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee is well known in the area as the “Frog Lady” and if there is anything to know about our beautiful amphibians of the Noosa region then Eva is the one to ask!

Become a Citizen Scientist and learn how to contribute to the knowledge and future of a special fauna group – amphibians.
Frogs have an amazing life cycle and adaptations to different habitats. They also tell us of things we can’t see that may affect our future. To help them we need to know where they live and what they need.

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The Platypus

THE PLATYPUS

20th February 2020 5 – 7 pm
With Tamielle Brunt – University of Queensland

****LAUNCH OF PLATYPUS AWARENESS PROJECT in the Noosa Shire and surrounding districts. ****

Tamielle is a PhD Candidate at the University of Queensland, studying platypus populations within south-east Queensland. Tamielle is also an assistant project officer at the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland (WPSQ), running their PlatypusWatch Network, including the implementation of the environmental DNA program, which has completed its forth year of sampling.

Tamielle hopes her research will increase the conservation status of this iconic species and overall enhance the protection of freshwater waterways within the region.

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INSPIRING STORIES

“DIATOMIX! WILL IT HELP YOUR RADISHES GROW?

19th March 2020 5 – 7 pm
With Karen Holz – University of the Sunshine Coast

Ren has been working on the effects of a novel soil amendment, Diatomix, on a commercially available top soil and Sparkler radish (Raphanus sativus) growth. This is an area of interest to a lot of us growers of all varieties of plant in the way that any research on soil improvement is welcome.

Join with us to welcome Ren on the start of her journey into the wild world of research!

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Rockpools by Ocean Life

ROCKPOOLS BY OCEAN LIFE

16th April 2020 4 – 6 pm *earlier workshop time*
*there will be a cost involved for this workshop – to be advised*

“Ocean Life Education” ‘Brings the Sea to You’ with fun marine education programs designed to inspire students of all ages to appreciate and take responsibility for the marine ecosystem.

Bring the kids along as a holiday treat to touch, see and smell the ocean right here at the RFC.

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Ecosystem Health

Ecosystem Health

21st May 2020 5 – 7pm
With Dr Jan Green

What is Ecosystem Health? What does it mean? And how can we help? Join experienced ecologist and ex CSIRO land management professional, Dr Jan Green, to cover some of the ins and outs of ecological management.

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Threatened Plant Species

Threatened Plant Species

18th June 2020 5-7pm
With Noosa Landcare and Ann Moran –spp expert

NDLG have a long history of caring for all aspects of our native flora and fauna. In particular, we are aiming to protect endangered and threatened species endemic to the Noosa Shire. Through field surveys and propagation, we are hoping to protect the future of these plants by creating a refuge population.

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Foodies of Noosa

Foodies of Noosa

16th June 2020 5-7pm
With Local Food Producers

Come along and listen to food producers of the local area, that use agriculture and food producing practices, that won’t break the environment.

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One Night Stand

One Night Stand

20th August 2020 5-7pm
With Kyle Sanderson

It is with great pleasure and at least a small amount of pride that Kyle Sanderson will play for you. Kyle has a beautifully unique way of expressing his stories through his acoustic fretboard, with finger style playing and melodic voice and Bansuri flute overlay, and he is by day, one of our hard working Landcare contract crew.

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Native Orchids of Pomona

Native Orchids of Pomona

17th September 2020 5-7pm
With Graham and David

Graham and David between them could talk orchids all day and all night long. As members of the Australasian Native Orchid Society (ANOS) they have years of experience and incredible passion for the protection of these magnificent blooms of the Australasian ecosystem.

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Ecological Rehab Following Our Lust for Minerals

Ecological Rehab Following Our Lust for Minerals

15th October 2020 5-7pm
With Dr Peter Davies

He’s back! Dr Peter Davies, lecturer at USC, soil and earth man, will be here to tell a little of his life outside university and his work with big industry to restore and rehabilitate areas after mining or major disturbance. Please join us for an interesting and fun night talking dirt with Peter.

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Local Indigenous Culture

Local Indigenous Culture

19th November 2020 5-7pm
With Local Indigenous Elders

Gather and listen to stories from the Elders. This casual gathering space will allow time to sit and listen to local Kabi Kabi elders and experience a traditional way of sharing knowledge.

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