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Our annual plant give-away - June 2023
Each member receives some free plants annually. The next give-away will be Sunday June 4th at Wooragee hall at 10 am. There will be members there to give advice about planting, etc.
Fungi events in May 2023
Visit to Acres and Acres in Corryong
Acres and Acres is a social enterprise in Corryong that is interested in local food supply and community resilience . They have a market garden and supply a local cafe. Wooragee Landcare visited on Friday 3rd March. Read about it in this edition of the newsletter.
Filmed at our Slow Mushrooming - identifying edible fungi workshop and the launch of our Fungi of NE Victoria - an identification and Conservation Guide Alison Pouliot explains the importance of fungi in ecosystems and in Landcare works.
Film by Jacqui Schulz, commissioned by Wooragee Landcare and funded by the State Government Victoria, Department of Environment, Land Water and Planning.
Alison speaking at the launch of the brochure
Identification and ecology at Wooragee Hall
Checking out the mushrooms at Mayday on field trip
Pics by Jacqui Schulz
Planting along the rail trail in 2021 -we'll do more
Nature Journaling introductory workshops and field trips
Fungi workshops - ID and ecology. We have a fungi ID brochure available - "Fungi of North East Victoria - identification and conservation"
Adding nest boxes to creek reserves
Warden Lane Reserve monthly working bees
Turning a weed infested site into a lovely picnic area with a sign explaining aboriginal use of local plants.
We do have rest and cuppa times too.
Working with Wooragee school
Working with the kids, and also helping with management in Yirrikama creek side reserve
How to prune an orchard
Orchard pruning at Wooragee school - summer pruning run workshop by Charlie and Fay Robinson
Dirk and and Karen's garden in Patch to Patch
Annual plant give-away
Members get free native indigenous plants each year
Orchids in Wooragee
Checking for Change workshop
Working with landholders
Fairies Aprons on private property in Wooragee