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SRCMN recognized for achievements

At this year’s ‘Community Natural Resource Management Awards’ in the Goulburn Broken Catchment, our Network’s achievements were recognized. The SRCMN was awarded the Community Natural Resource Management Network Award for 2014-15. In the last year-and-a-half our Network has conducted a number of diverse projects that, together, culminated in a significant achievement for the Network and…

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Wild Strathbogie Art – Schools lead the way.

November 2014 will see the exhibition of local art and artists in Wild Strathbogie. The exhibition will show at several venues, but the main gallery space will be at SheilaInc Gallery in Euroa. Other possible exhibition spaces are the Euroa Library, the Ruffy General Store and a venue in Strathbogie. The art-works will also be…

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2013 Butterfly Festival – Euroa Arboretum

Saturday 24th Nov was the end of a great week! About 55 people gathered at the Euroa Arboretum for a morning of butterfly catching, face painting and art, a delicious BBQ and some fascinating ‘show and tell’ after lunch. Plenty of kids and parents were on hand to catch butterflies for our makeshift butterfly house…

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2012 Butterfly Festival – Violet Town Lepidoptera Extravaganza

A big crowd turned out for a balmy evening in Violet Town two Fridays ago, 23.11.12. In fact, this penultimate event of the Strathbogie Ranges Butterfly Festival actually began earlier in the afternoon, with the Honeysuckle Recreational & Environment Precinct (HREP) hosting a visit by the Kindergarten children to the Honeysuckle creek, where they had…

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Stone Tool Success at the Arboretum

The community Stone Artifacts Day held recently (30.6.12) at the Euroa Arboretum, was an outstanding success. Despite the cold, rainy weather, everyone that booked came, and then some more. In developing the idea for the day, we’d felt 20 to 30 people would be a good turnout. With a few less, we could have a…

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