DIGITAL | Habitat Gardening Workshop
Our indigenous animals are struggling with the effects of urbanisation and the removal of habitat but with a few simple changes, a garden can become an inviting space for local fauna to visit and live in.
Learn how to become a ‘Champion for Wildlife’ by incorporating food sources, water, shelter and nesting places in your garden for our indigenous animals.
This free workshop will be hosted on Zoom. Registered participants will receive the meeting link the day prior to the event. For those who have registered but are not able to attend, a recording will be made available for up to 2 weeks to watch at a later time and date.
This City of Ryde event will be presented by Richard Rowe from Sustainable Gardening Australia.
About Richard Rowe
Richard is a passionate gardener who has extensive experience in business, consulting, environmental education and the local food movement. Richard coordinates the training program for Sustainable Gardening Australia, is an environmental educator for school children and adults at Edendale Community Environmental Farm in Eltham Victoria and operates a small worm farm maintenance business for office organic waste recycling. He is also a founding committee member of Local Food Connect which runs the Eltham Farmers Market.
Date & Time
Saturday 13 June 2020 / 2.30PM - 4.00PM
Free; registrations essential.
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Online, Ryde 2112
Ryde New South Wales 2112