Most days our news feed will highlight a weather event, somewhere in the world. It’s a good day when there is no loss of life, and property damage is minimal.
This initiative is designed for us to ‘talk about the weather’ in OUR region: what have we noticed? what are the changes? what do we reckon? and what can we do?
To get involved you can simply come along for a cuppa and have a chat, or you can connect with others who are interested in innovative solutions now.
These are casual inclusive discussions, hosted by Buloke and Northern Grampians Landcare with local presenters talking about a range of topics like adaptive gardening, future farming, upcycling & local food.
See below for more information and details on specific events, dates and venues.
Join us for a cuppa, cake and some local wisdom...
Thursday, 14th April 10:30am – 11:30am
Greentime Nursery St Arnaud, 5961 Sunraysia Hwy, St Arnaud
Friday, 29th April 10:30am – 11:30am
St Arnaud Raillery Hub, St Arnaud Station, Queens Ave, St Arnaud
Thursday, 12th May, 10:30am – 11:30am
Burrumbite Farm, 894 St Arnaud-Wycheproof Road, Sutherland
Thursday, 26th May, 10:30am – 11:30am
St Arnaud Town Hall, 40 Napier St, St Arnaud
Everyone is welcome to take part!
Our Morning Tea topics will address a range of themes related to weather, climate and adaption with an added opportunity to include more complex themes such as:
- Our Region’s responses to climate change
- Coordinated, resourced and evidence-based responses
- Protected and resilient biodiversity and natural ecosystems
- Sustainable and climate-ready economies
- Farming as well-adapted to the changing climate
- A built environment that is more resistant to weather extremes
- Individuals and communities proactively reducing their climate-related risk
- Our vulnerable people being supported to adapt to climate change
OR anything else you’d like to discuss!
For additional resources related to this topic visit: https://www.bnglandcare.org/resources
Please also get in touch with Buloke and Northern Grampians Landcare Network via:
Directly: Andrew Borg on 0407 856 227 or [email protected]
Or stay connected via: www.facebook.com/bnglandcarenetwork
For more information and questions get in touch with the Make a Change team via:
[email protected] or 0483 104 361