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Mental health workshop - Tarcutta

27 Feb 2018 - 6:30pm
Tarcutta Valley Landcare Group invites you to their first event for 2018!
 
This 3 hour Mental Health Workshop will cover some incredibly important topics:
  • Stress - impacts and coping techniques
  • Communication skills
  • Signs a person is struggling with their mental health
  • How to help someone at risk of suicide. 
The workshop will be held at Tarcutta RSL, and dinner will be included.
 
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Movies Under the Stars - Wagga

Wagga's free outdoor cinema series is on again!

Come along to a beautiful night under the stars, with a fun family movie to entertain you. The events are all free, so grab a rug and bring the family!

There will be a BBQ to buy your dinner, and we will also be selling drinks and snacks to nejoy through the night. All proceeds from sales will support Wagga Wagga Urban Landcare.

Clean up Australia Day - Wagga

4 Mar 2018 (All day)
Littering and the illegal dumping of rubbish is a big problem for our environment. Waste in our environment degrades our natural areas and threatens our native wildlife. But each year hundreds of thousands of wonderful people get stuck into cleaning up our environment through the Clean Up Australia Day campaign.
 
If you are in the Wagga area, come along to Wagga Wagga Urban Landcare's Clean Up event at Willans Hill, in conjunction with Wagga City Council.
 
 
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Hay Ag & Pastoral Innovation Expo - Hay

9 Mar 2018 - 12:00pm
Members of the Hay Merino Sheep Show Committee are excited to announce the running of the first Ag & Pastoral Innovation Expo at Shear Outback on Friday March 9 and Saturday March 10.
 
The Expo will showcase innovation and technology for production in extensive agricultural zones, including:
  • Equipment
  • Technology
  • Telecommunications
  • Software programs
  • General training.
The expo will commence at 12 noon on Friday 9 March going to 10 pm with an evening buffet and auction. The expo will re-commence at 9 am on Saturday 10 March and conclude at 12 noon.
 
All proceeds from the day will go towards supporting an application for a new building to house the Hay Merino Sheep Show.
 
 

Intrepid Landcare "Wild Wellbeing" workshop - Otford (nr Sydney)

11 Mar 2018 - 9:00am
Looking to kick-start your year with a new outlook on the way you use your time, nurture your self and connect with nature? Join us for a special morning of grounding, nature connection and self-care - something we could all do with a bit more of these days!
 
We are teaming up with the awesome crew at Govinda Valley to host an Intrepid Landcare Wild Wellbeing Workshop, amidst the tranquil vibes of this unique retreat property on the edge of the Royal National Park.
 
Hosted in collaboration with Amy Molloy, Hay House author and editor of Collective Hub, this workshop will explore how, in an increasingly busy world, connecting to nature can boost your emotional, physical and social wellbeing - and make 2018 your most fulfilling year yet.
 
Join like-minded people in some Landcare action on the property, hear stories (and feel free to share your own) about self-care tips which work for everyday people, and explore healing practices which can easily be incorporated into your life, to boost your resilience, contentment and happiness.
 
A unique Landcare project not to be missed, we hope you will join us for this mood-boosting, stress-busting start to the New Year.
 
 

Indigenous Advancement Strategy Community Led Grants

The Community Led process enables Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, communities and service providers to, at any time, apply for IAS grant funding for projects that address an emerging need or opportunity. This new way of doing business will enable the Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet to respond to the priorities identified by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities. 
 
Community Led Grants provide an opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to devise strategies that will support their community and the people living in it. 

Community Landcare Pop-up Grants

MLiThe 2017/18 Community Landcare Pop-up Grants are now open! This program aims to support Landcare and community groups in the Riverina Local Land Services area to promote community-driven natural resource management. 

Preference will be given to projects that:

  • Promote membership and attract volunteers to Landcare/NRM community groups
  • Improve the capacity and skills of members of the Landcare/NRM community to manage the natural environment.

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