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Spring Walk and Talk events

28 September 2022 until 15 October 2022
Spring Walk and Talk events

Learn from a local expert about how to protect and restore native habitat in your community.

Come along to Northern and Yorke Landscape Board’s inaugural Spring Walk and Talk events. We’re hosting five ‘show and tell’ workshops across the region, where local landcare and community groups will share their revegetation and restoration success stories. You’ll learn about:

  • Restoring native plant habitat which is vital to preserving biodiversity.
  • The benefits of watercourse management
  • Replanting natives in declining ecosystems
  • Recognising remnant native plant communities and how to protect them.

It’s suitable for anyone interested in revegetating with local native plant species, repairing a creek or river and restoring native grassland. Click on the links below to register via eventbrite.

Wednesday, 28 September
Gawler River Riparian Restoration project
Anne Marie and Graham Brookman
9.30am – 11.30am
80 Clifford Rd, Hillier

Friday, 7 October
Ardrossan Grasslands Restoration
Adrian Shackley
2pm - 4pm
Corner of Park Terrace and Esplanade, Ardrossan

Tuesday, 11 October
Tarcowie Landcare Group Biolinks Corridors Revegetation project
June Jenkins and Chris Grabczewski
1pm – 3pm
‘Parkland’s’ Corner of Tarcowie Road and Clarke Road, Tarcowie

Friday, 14 October
Snowtown Parklands Revegetation program
Anne Brown and Bruce Michael
1pm - 3pm
Windfarm Road, Barunga Gap

Saturday, 15 October
Levi Creek Revegetation
Donna Lehmann, Adrian Shackley and Rebecca Agius
2pm - 4pm
Corner of Park Terrace and Esplanade, Ardrossan