Bush Tucker Field Day

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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Warrenbayne streams and wetlands evening.

Streams and wetlands are the life-blood of our landscapes. Come along to hear how Warrenbayne’s streams and Wetlands are faring. Daren Giling from Monash University will tell us about his recent research and Debbie Hill will provide an update on the progress of the Farm Wetlands for Woodlands project. Thursday 20th June, 7 – 9.30…

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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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Rehabilitated farm dam – a Warrenbayne Showpiece!

On Wednesday 10th October 2012 Warrenbayne Boho Land Protection Group and the Strathbogie CMN hosted a wetland walk as a way of informally launching the Farm Wetlands for Threatened Woodlands Project. About 15 people came along for the walk, on what turned out to be a clear, crisp morning. Our guides were birdos Kathy &…

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Stone-tools of the Strathbogie Ranges

Though little known by many inhabitants, it has long been known that aborigines inhabited the Strathbogie District, “There’s a black’s grave about a mile from the township and early settlers tell of marks on trees believed to be the work of the aborigines. Many sharpened stones, probably sharpened for axe heads. have been found.” (Vroland…

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