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July 2017

Art from the Birds

Sunday, 16 July
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Clydebank Swampcare at North Leura

Friday, 21 July @ 9:00 am3:00 pm

Swampcare is following up on previous work done at the headwaters of Yosemite Creek. A day for those who like to see a job finished rather than working on the big weeds.  Lunch and morning tea donated by Hominy Bakery.  Please book with Stephanie Chew at schew@bmcc.nsw.gov.au or 4780 5623 by 7 July  

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Save the date Blue Mountains Bushcare Network Bioblitz and Conference

Saturday, 29 July
Blue Mountains Theatre & Community Hub, 104-108 Macquarie Rd
Springwood, NSW 2777 Australia
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This years conference will be an interactive one. There will be workshops and surveys in the morning and all the information presented from these mornings in the afternoon. Put the date in your diary and there will be more information to come. You can book your ticket on the page below so you don't miss out on your spot. Bookings are essential for catering.

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August 2017

Sassafras Gully Remote at Springwood  

Sunday, 6 August @ 9:00 am4:00 pm

An easy-medium bushwalk down Sassafras Gully and along Victory track.  This is a good introduction to remote bushcare.  We will work along the creek and track treating weeds as we find them as well as following up on a slope of scattered weeds of mainly ginger lily and privet.     Contact Lyndal Sullivan on to book by Friday 28th July.

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Swampcare at North Hazelbrook Swamp

Friday, 18 August @ 9:00 am3:00 pm

This swamp is located off Rocklea Street, which is the very north end of the urban area.   Last year a start was made to restore it to its former glory. A ‘biodiversity’ of weeds are coming in from the edges into this wonderful swamp – privet, crofton, ginger lily, honeysuckle etc.   Lunch and morning tea donated by Hominy.  Please book with Stephanie Chew at schew@bmcc.nsw.gov.au or 4780 5623 by 4 August

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AABR field trip to Broken Hill

Tuesday, 22 AugustThursday, 24 August

Save the date - AABR field trip to Broken Hill, 22-24 August 2017 The Australian Association of Bush Regenerators is holding a 3-day bush regen field trip to the internationally significant Broken Hill Regeneration Reserves, to visit local sites and attend an Awards dinner. The dinner is to inaugurate a major restoration industry award to honour the late 1930s work of Albert Morris and others who pulled off a visionary regeneration project - the first of its kind in the…

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September 2017

Katoomba/Govetts Creek Catchment meeting

Wednesday, 6 September @ 2:15 pm4:00 pm
Katoomba Neighbourhood Centre, 10 Station Street
Katoomba, NSW 2780 Australia
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Participate in making plans for the catchment and find out what is going on. For more information and to RSVP, contact Lyndal  

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Grose Valley Remote

Saturday, 16 SeptemberMonday, 18 September

 NPWS Great Grose Weed Walk activity. A multi day activity rock hopping and wading through the Upper Grose River searching for and destroying weeds before they spread further into the wilderness. This activity is only for the fit and experienced.  Numbers are limited.  Book with Vanessa at NPWS on (02) 47873112 or vanessa.richardson @environment.nsw.gov.au by Friday 8th September.  

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Holly Walk

Saturday, 30 September @ 9:00 am3:30 pm

A short walk to a tributary of the Centennial Glen Creek at Blackheath to treat/remove small and large Holly. Morning tea provided.  BYO lunch.  For RSVP and further information contact Karen Hising on 4780 5623 or khising@bmcc.nsw.gov.au  

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October 2017

Hollows as Homes Walk and Talk

Saturday, 14 October @ 3:00 pm5:00 pm
Blaxland Library, Hope Street
Blaxland, NSW 2774 Australia
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 Hollows as Homes is an exciting project run by the University of Sydney, the Australian Museum and the Royal Botanic Garden and funded by Sydney Coastal Councils. This fascinating project will help scientists, councils and the community further understand the role of tree hollows in providing homes for our urban wildlife, as well as discover what wildlife is using our local tree hollows. As a member of the community, you will have the opportunity to locate a tree near you…

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