Have you, like us, ever considered how important the land actually is to us? How vital its proper management and continuing health are to our well being and economy?
Are you concerned about food waste energy and resource conservation then come and join in the discussion with the Kongwak Hills Landcare Group for dinner and the movie JUST EAT IT at the Kongwak Hall 7pm on Friday the 18th September. The Group will be cooking a community meal which encourages us all to make the most of what we have currently growing in our gardens or stored away in our pantries/freezers. Click on the image left to see the flyer.
Thanks to the hardworking efforts of Year 9 Students from Phillip Islands Newhaven College the Phillip Island Community Orchard horticultural demonstration project is up and running. On a cold and rainy afternoon, 20 students worked with project coordinator Adrian James to spread mulch, plant 500 seedlings and sow a perimeter crop of Comfrey roots as a weed and pest suppressant.
Read more in the Orchard Press Release
Get ready for another big Bass Coast Landcare planting season fine lunch’s and exercise awaits those who would like to do something great for the environment and their neighbouring farmers.
All Plantings start at 10am and finish up around 1 pm bring your gumboots and lots of energy. Download the Planting Schedule
Bass Coast Landcare Network board has welcomed the election of its new Chair Mike Cleeland.
Mike Cleeland has been involved with the Bass Coast Landcare Network since its inception, and is a long time, active volunteer with the Landcare movement.
Read the press release about this appointment.