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The Message of the Lyrebird

Wednesday 28 February 2024 at 7.30pm
Yackandandah Public Hall
Tickets $10/individual; $20/family
Hosted by Yackandandah Landcare


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'The Message of the Lyrebird feature film asks viewers to contemplate the wisdom of nature, its astonishing behaviour, and commitment toward peace and the continuation of life'.

Don't miss a special screening of this award winning film being hosted by Yackandandah Landcare on Wednesday 28 February, 7.30 pm, Yackandandah Public Hall!

Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKEXl4kILyI

Supporting wellbeing through outdoor learning

Tuesday 27 February 2024 at 4pm
Free webinar
Hosted by Junior Landcare


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Join environmental educator, Sam Harrison, and Dr Chloe Watfern from Black Dog Institute to hear about supporting children and young people’s wellbeing through outdoor environmental projects.

With a wealth of experience in environmental education, Sam will share practical insights on creating engaging and therapeutic outdoor spaces.
Dr. Chloe Watfern will speak about her research on the intersections between mental health and the natural environment.

If you are interested in outdoor environmental projects that can support student wellbeing, and would like to access free curriculum-linked resources to help make them happen, this webinar is for you.

Educators who view the webinar will receive a Professional Development Certificate.

If you are unable to make it, no problem, simply register and you will be sent a recording.

Making sense of carbon, emissions for Victorian farmers

Tuesday 27 February 2024 at 1pm
Free for 1 hour
Hosted by Agriculture Victoria

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Victorian farm businesses are getting on with the job of growing more food and fibre, while dealing with changeable seasons and weather patterns. 

We also know that more attention is being paid to the carbon and emissions performance of our agricultural industries and farms.

In this webinar, Agriculture Victoria's climate team will share some of the carbon and emissions tools and resources they have developed to support the farming communities of Victoria to make sense of carbon and emissions on farm.

Agriculture Victoria Presenters:

  • Heather Field, Climate Change Service Development Officer
  • Graeme Anderson, Climate Specialist
  • Alison Kelly, Farm Emissions Specialist

Flood works underway on five more high priority cases

The North East CMA is in the process of undertaking flood recovery works on a further five high priority cases in the North East catchment.

The funding for these works comes from the Victorian and Australian Governments as part of the State’s recovery from flooding in October 2022.

The five cases were selected following an assessment process that takes into account any risks, including the threat to public infrastructure and river health if no action is undertaken.

Changeover Workshop - Albury

Wednesday, 15 May 2024 8.30am to Thursday 16 May 2024
Atura Albury, 648 Dean St, Albury

Hosted by the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation, this event will help you to:

Become a changemaker:

  • Assess your region's readiness for change.
  • Explore how change happens and how to overcome resistance.
  • Learn what it takes to be a positive change agent, have the drive to build new things, how to manage setbacks and work creatively and purposefully with others.

Start community conversations:

  • Understand the ecosystem purposeful, inclusive engagement and robust and authentic conversations create.
  • Learn how to have those conversations, suspend judgement and assumptions, and build trust and transparency for connection and diverse relationships.

Care for your community:

  • Unpack what forms and shapes a community.
  • Learn how a community can be more inclusive.
    Considering the impacts of drought, trauma and other events, get tools to better support others and balance giving and taking within a community.

Shape your community's future:

  • Explore ideas to shape the future you would like to see for your community.
  • Understand the importance of language and the power of storytelling in motivating and mobilising others.
  • Learn what makes a good story and how to connect with the hearts and minds of others.
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