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Monday 27 Dec 2010

10.00AM
Biodynamic Gardening/Farming with Kaye Cheval

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Learn how easy it is to convert your home garden/farm to Biodynamics and produce healthy food full of all the nutrients we need for a healthy body with Kaye Cheval. Easy to understand and questions welcome.

11.00AM
Gourmet Butterflies with Helen Schwencke

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Using stunning images, Helen Schwencke demonstrates how to enhance biodiversity whilst feeding ourselves. Learn which food plants will attract butterflies and promote other beneficial insects in your garden.

12.00NOON
How to be heard in the media with Brendan O'Malley

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In an increasingly fast-paced world cluttered with more and more news, getting your message across on radio, on TV and in newspapers is a challenge. Brendan O'Malley shares a handful of simple rules that can make it easier to be noticed.

1.00PM
Kitchen Table Sustainability with Dr Wendy Sarkissian

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Learn about leading-edge and creative approaches to community engagement. Help your community engage with the challenges of sustainability issues; such as proposed density increases. Wendy Sarkissian will assist you with what works and what doesn't! She is an old hand who has tried almost everything!

2.00PM
Good News: This Year of Biodiversity with Pepe Clarke

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Using images and video highlights CEO of Nature Conservation Council and former legal advisor to IUCN - Pacific Islands Pepe Clarke, presents inspiring examples of community and government action - protecting and promoting biodiversity in Australia and around the world.

 

3.00PM
Chance and Change: Assisting Wildlife with Dr Darryl Jones Dr Brendan Taylor and Dr Sean Fitzgibbon.

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Humans have profoundly changed the entire planet, with scant regard for our fellow creatures. These changes are especially obvious in urban areas, where nature often appears to be in retreat. But we can all help - Dr Darryl Jones, Dr Brendan Taylor and Dr Sean Fitzgibbon talk about how!

 

 

 

 
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