This weekend why not learn about woodlands, weeds or bees while you get out in the fresh air.
The Friends of Adams Lead will be at the reserve for their monthly working bee this Saturday, 15 Goolma/Wellington Road, Gulgong.
The community is invited to drop in for a 'Walk and Talk' at 11.30am.
Members of the Friends of Adams Lead will explain what methods they use to promote the regeneration of this Box Gum Grassy Woodland and address weed management issues. This will be followed by a BBQ lunch.
To RSVP contact Phyllis Setchell on 6372 3120 or 0427 920 887 or by email: email@example.com.
The Mudgee Bee Group will also be holding a working bee this Saturday.
The group will be preparing their community hives in anticipation of the bees which arrive next month.
Come along and learn how to prepare boxes and frames and a whole lot more.
The Mudgee Bee Group working bee will be held from 1:30pm–4:30pm on Saturday at the Australian Rural Education Centre (AREC), Ulan Road (follow the bee signs). BYO afternoon tea.
Come along to our Bush Tucker Brunch. Watershed Landcare have invited Sharon Windsor from Indigiearth to talk about bush tucker and our indigenous culture while you sample a delicious "Modern Australian Native Cuisine" brunch.
The menu will include kangaroo and crocodile sausages served with native chutneys, native fruit muesli with lemon myrtle yogurt and lots more.
The Bush Tucker Brunch will be held October 23 at Augustine’s Function Center, at 9:30am.
Tickets are $20 for Watershed Landcare members and $30 for non-members.
Booking are essential and tickets available for purchase from the Central Tablelands Local Land Services Office, 112 Market St, Mudgee.
For more information contact Claudia Wythes, Watershed Landcare Co-ordinator, on 0412 011 064 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.