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August 2019

Post-fire shelterbelt design, fire ecology and managing environmental weeds

August 3 from 9:45 am - 12:30 pm

Was your property affected by the recent fires? Do you want to review your shelterbelt design and learn about fire ecology? Do you need help with identifying and controlling environmental weeds that are growing on your property? Meet Ecologist Gidja Walker and learn about: Weed prioritisation Non herbicide control Fire ecology Shelterbelt design Bring your weed samples! Free event. Morning tea and lunch included. Register online via Eventbrite For more information contact: Nicole Walsh, 0490 955 168, facilitator@wpcln.org.au Karen Thomas,…

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Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems? Bacchus Marsh session

August 27 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

At these special forums, learn more about native bees and other pollinators, their habitat requirements and how to improve the biodiversity of your property to increase native bee populations and benefit from the services they provide as specialised crop pollinators.

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Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems? Koo Wee Rup session

August 28 from 9:30 am - 11:30 am

Wednesday 28 August, 9.30am-11.30, Koo Wee Rup (exact venue location TBC) Pollinators drive biodiversity with over 75% of the world’s plants needing insect pollinators in order to reproduce. These pollinators provide ecosystem services in the natural landscapes as well as in agriculture and urban environments. Australia has around 1,700 species of native bees, with more species being discovered each year. Native bees are important pollinators of Australia’s wildflowers. They also make an important contribution to Australian agriculture, through crop pollination.…

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Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems? Box Hill session

August 29 from 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Box Hill Institute, 1 Jargo Drive
Lilydale, VIC Australia
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Thursday 29 August, 1.30pm-3.30pm, Box Hill Institute, Centre for Biosecurity Excellence, Building LC Auditorium, 1 Jargo Drive, Lilydale Pollinators drive biodiversity with over 75% of the world’s plants needing insect pollinators in order to reproduce. These pollinators provide ecosystem services in the natural landscapes as well as in agriculture and urban environments. Australia has around 1,700 species of native bees, with more species being discovered each year. Native bees are important pollinators of Australia’s wildflowers. They also make an important contribution to Australian agriculture,…

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