Turners Beach, TAS 7315
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Landcare Tasmania is pleased to invite you to a free workshop to learn about ecological restoration.
Has your land been affected by:
Ecological restoration is all about helping the land to recover from impacts like these. Restoration can improve biodiversity, ecosystem structure and function, water quality, and habitat, amongst others.
Restoration expert Todd Dudley will talk to us in detail about hands on practices, drawing on the National standards for the practice of ecological restoration in Australia. The workshop will include a walk and talk at a local property, where there will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions.
This workshop will give you practical knowledge and skills to undertake your own restoration projects. It will be beneficial for anyone who is wanting to restore or improve their local patch.
Please wear clothing and footwear suited to the outdoors.
We will begin the workshop at the Turners Beach Community Hall and then move to a local property for a walk and talk.
Introducing Todd Dudley, Restoration Expert
Todd leads a grassroots group the North East Bioregional Network (NEBN) in North East Tasmania. He won the 2018 Peter Rawlinson Award in recognition of 20 years of protecting and restoring ecologically significant landscapes and more recently NEBN has won the prestigious SERA International Award for Restoration Excellence in the category for larger scale restoration (50 ha and greater) at The Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) conference. He was also awarded the Tasmanian Premier’s Landcare Award and the Australian Government's Individual Landcarer Award at the 2021 Landcare Tasmania conference.
This workshop is part of Landcare Tasmania’s landscape-scale project: The Northern Slopes Landscape Project, bringing together Landcare members working on common issues to create a long term benefit at a landscape-scale.
It is is funded by the Tasmanian Government's Landcare Action Grants.