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Let’s talk about the weather!

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...

Backyard & Bigger | Adaptive Gardening 

Thursday, 14th April 10:30am – 11:30am

Greentime Nursery St Arnaud, 5961 Sunraysia Hwy, St Arnaud

Upcycling | Creativity + Innovation

Friday, 29th April 10:30am – 11:30am 

St Arnaud Raillery Hub, St Arnaud Station, Queens Ave, St Arnaud

Future Farming

Thursday, 12th May, 10:30am – 11:30am 

Burrumbite Farm, 894 St Arnaud-Wycheproof Road, Sutherland 

Indigenous & Local Food 

Thursday, 26th May, 10:30am – 11:30am 

St Arnaud Town Hall, 40 Napier St, St Arnaud

Register here

You can also tell us what you reckon...

Tell us what you think about the weather

We’d love to hear from you! 

Get in touch via phone, text, or via: bit.ly/starnaud-wdyr

Have your say here

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:
Website: https://www.bnglandcare.org
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