I am back in the office after a wonderful adventure in South Africa ready for a very busy few weeks leading up to the end of the financial year and, unfortunately, to the end of the Landcare program.
A big thank you to Mark Selmes for helping out in my absence and putting on a wonderful platypus and rakali event earlier this month.
I have been told it was a great success.
For those who missed out there is still an opportunity to get involved in the platypus monitoring program so please get in touch.
The Landcare focus for the rest of May is pest and weeds, citizen science, stock and waterways and cultural connections.
The standout event for the month: the Rivers of Carbon team is coming back to Goulburn Club on May 22 with a follow up to the highly successful "Mess it Up and Slow it Down" series, this time with a focus on stock and waterways.
Other events of interest: Landcare will be hosting some pest and weed workshops over the coming weeks.
If you feel like a weekend away, the K2W Glideways team is holding a volunteering weekend at Wombeyan Caves May 24-25 to help with the annual arboreal mammal surveys.
And: this year's Landcare big day out will be a cultural connections bus trip on May 29 to the Wingecarribee.
- To find out more about these activities email firstname.lastname@example.org