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Native Grasses With Una
Native Grasses With Una
November 2, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am John Morgan Reserve, cnr Hardey Rd and Railway Pde, Glen Forrest, Western Australia
It can be difficult to distinguish between native and introduced grasses, especially when undertaking weed removal activities. This workshop will give participants a good chance to get familiar with common grasses by taking a walk and talk through Morgan John Morgan Reserve in Glen Forrest. Una Bell, Research Associate with the WA Herbarium and author of “Common Native Grasses of South-West WA” and “Native Grasses of Perth Hills: a field guide to identification”, will be leading the walk.
Please note that the workshop includes some walking.
November 9, 2019 - November 10, 2019 Tom Wilding Pavilion, Claremont WA 6010, Australia
We are excited to announce our 4th Biennial Reptile Expo to be held at the Claremont Showgrounds, on Saturday and Sunday 9th &10th November 2019.
The West Australian Herpetological Society (WAHS) Reptile Expo offers Perth families a unique opportunity to access specialist information, products, and entertainment in the field of herpetology, all under one roof.
Ecoburbia Movie Night: "One Man, One Cow, One Planet"
November 15, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm Ecoburbia, 16 Livingstone St, Beaconsfield WA 6162, Australia
ONE MAN ONE COW ONE PLANET
This is a lovely film based around an inspirational man, Peter Proctor. He’s an 80 year-old New Zealand farmer who promotes organic and biodynamic farming to save us and the world from its woes. At the age of 80, he and his wife move to India because Peter thinks this is a country where organic and biodynamic farming can really take over.
It’s very interesting to be shown the problems that conventional agriculture has caused, and is causing, in India. Then to see the practices of the organic farmers and how healthy the soil and plants are. It doesn’t need any further explanation. Our eyes and our hearts tell us in an instant which type of farming is right and which is wrong.
Just a reminder that we will start with a cuppa and some snacks at 7.00pm. Please make sure you bring something to share (not a meal but a little snack) and arrive on time so we can get settled before the movie, which will start at about 7.30pm (or so!).