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Aboriginal Land Management Field Day

A field day on Country in the Midlands Biodiversity Hot Spot with scientists, historian Bill Gammage, farmers, Aboriginal educators and students, exploring the issues around land management and restoration.

When: Sunday, August 18 2019. 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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Where: Beaufront
Beaufront Road, Ross, TAS, 7209
Topic: Environment and nature
Cost: A bus will take participants from Hobart. The event is free for members of Greening Australia. (Membership - $60). Non-members $50.00. Lunch and morning tea included.
Bookings: 0407 684 029

A field day in the Midlands Biodiversity Hot Spot with host farmer Julian von Bibra, author Bill Gammage and students from localĀ  schools who will have just completed a three day Aboriginal Immersion experience on Country with Aboriginal educator Dave Gough. Participants will hear from Julian and restoration ecologist Tanya Bailey about Greening Australia’s Midlands Restoration and Bill Gammage will share his insights into the history of Aboriginal land management.

We will visit an extraordinary Aboriginal stone quarry, walk through remnant bush identifying bush foods to sandstone caves frequented by Tasmanian devils. Lunch will include a wallaby cooked on the fire.

Contact details:

Nel Smit
Greening Australia
Phone: 0407 684 029

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