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15 July 2019
Information forums: Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems?
Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems? Find out from interstate experts Kit Prendergast and Dr Katja Hogendoorn at these special forums
11 July 2019
Bunyip fire recovery landholders try a biological approach
On Saturday 6th July 2019, over 50 landholders from the Western Port catchment and Bunyip fire affected area attended a workshop...
10 July 2019
Planting mangroves to protect Western Port
Dotted along Western Port’s shoreline, the White mangrove (Avicennia marina) plays a vital role in protecting the health...
Post-fire shelterbelt design, fire ecology and managing environmental weeds
Was your property affected by the recent fires? Do you want to review your shelterbelt design and learn...
Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems? Bacchus Marsh session
Tuesday 27 August, 6.30pm-8.30pm, Bacchus Marsh (exact venue location TBC) Pollinators drive biodiversity...
Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems? Koo Wee Rup session
Wednesday 28 August, 9.30am-11.30, Koo Wee Rup (exact venue location TBC) Pollinators drive biodiversity...
Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems? Box Hill session
Thursday 29 August, 1.30pm-3.30pm, Box Hill Institute, Centre for Biosecurity Excellence, Building...
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