Celebrating: ecosystem restoration with Landcare Illawarra

One of the many amazing vistas at Killalea. Image by Emma Rooksby.
For anyone whose interests include local ecosystem conservation and restoration, Landcare Illawarra's Annual General Meeting (AGM) is always a great event to attend. (Disclosure from Emma: the 2015 AGM helped convince me to get on board developing the Growing Illawarra Natives website, so it can be pretty inspiring.)

This year the AGM will include a guided walk around the subtropical rainforest at Killalea, led by Jeff Harbrow, Landcare Illawarra's new seed collection officer, showcasing the work done there over the years by Friends of Killalea. It will be followed by a yummy picnic meal. 

If you'd like to get more involved with Landcare Illawarra, this is a good opportunity to do so. There are a couple of vacancies coming up on the committee, so if you'd like to contribute, please consider putting your hand up. 

The AGM will be held on Thursday December 9. It starts at 5.30pm with the guided walk, with the picnic happening around 6.45pm. The gates close at 8pm. Location is shown in the image below. 

All are welcome, but it is essential to RSVP by emailing coordinator @ landcareillawarra.org.au - this is to manage catering and ensure the event can be COVID safe. 

Location for the 2021 Landcare Illawarra AGM.
You can learn more about Landcare Illawarra on their website: http://www.landcareillawarra.org.au

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