Ecosystems in our city
February 28 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 amFree
About this Event
Greater Sydney Landcare Network is offering a series of FREE workshops to help our community learn how to create habitat and cool our city through planting.
For our third workshop, we’re heading down to Gallery Gardens to learn how we can be better neighbours and improve urban ecosystems in our city. Urban areas are often seen a devoid of nature, however, cities can host diverse species by taking actions to create habitat for native species. Come learn what steps you can take to help our urban ecosystems!
During the morning, you will learn all about bushland in our city and a project along Toongabie Creek that’s creating habitat for small birds.
We’ll be joined by Landcare Coordinator, Elisha Duxbury, who will give a short talk on urban ecology, and Bushcare Legend Simon Alexander who will tell us about the work they’re doing to restore habitat in the local area.
Please wear long sleeves, long pants, closed sturdy shoes and a hat / sunscreen, and bring at least 2 litres of drinking water.
RSVPS are essential. Due to COVID-19 the number of participants for this event is restricted, so to avoid disappointment register ASAP HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ecosystems-in-our-city-tickets-133636888531
Instructions on parking and exact meeting point will be provided to those who have registered. You will need to arrange your own transportation.
For more information contact Elisha at 4724 2147 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Traditional Custodians of the land on which this event will take place, the Dharug Nation.
This event is part of the Creating Canopies in Greater Sydney tree planting project. Funding has been provided to Greater Sydney Landcare Network and Landcare NSW as part of the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) Premier’s Project, Greening our City, One Million Trees by 2022. We will be will be planting thousands of trees for habitat and shade over the next two years.
To hear about future Creating Canopies events, sign up HERE.