Looking for something special for your kids to participate in over the Christmas holidays ? Many local ‘green’ parents send their teenagers to Camp Icthus on the Gippsland Lakes. For references talk to the Hagens, Townsends, Barlows, Arnolds, Ayres , Hames & Starkeys. Visit website to download an application form www.campicthus.org.au Camp Icthus – Facebook…

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Justus and Janet donated one days work and bags of seed to repair a burnt SRCMN Rocky Outcrop Project site in Creightons Creek. Weed growth after the fire has been startling, patterson’s curse is dominating the landscape once more. It is hoped that the direct seeded native plants will smoother the exotic species when they…

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Stories From Country was a cultural story telling event auspiced by the SRCMN. It was held on the banks of the Sevens Creek at Euroa on the morning of November 11, 2013. More than 50 students from Euroa and Longwood Primary Schools took part. Taungurung  Elder Uncle Larry Walsh, Isobel Morphy Walsh and Wamba Wamba…

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The Bush Tucker Field day was a great success with 91 people (80 adults and 11 small children) attending the morning session with Dr Beth Gott.This is a spooky coincidence because Beth is 91 years old. Many indigenous people travelled long distances to be present.Melbourne , Gippsland, Wangaratta, Mansfield and Shepparton. Beth Gott delivered an…

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The new SheilaInc Gallery in Binney Street, Euroa was humming  with excitement on the opening night of the Lepidoptera Art Exhibition. Artists and patrons of the arts crowded into  the gallery to enjoy the works . Kate Auty , Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability , opened the exhibition and awarded the prize for the piece that best portrayed the…

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An entertaining and engaging address to an attentive group of farmers and landholders was delivered on Sat Sept 24 by arborist  Dr Greg Moore on the subject of trees and climate change. Dr Moore cited examples of how a changing climate will have both positive and negative impacts on rural communities. Climate change will be…

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