The 21st annual Wimmera Biodiversity Seminar will be held in Nhill on Thursday, 6th September at the Nhill Memorial Community Centre during the day. The evening session, including dinner, will be held at the Little Desert Nature Lodge. Bookings via Eventbrite
This year’s theme poses a question for us all – what is your Utopia , when it comes to biodiversity? Libby Robin, who wrote the book, ‘Defending the Little Desert’ is a key note speaker this year.
Other speakers and activities include: Chris McCormack – Remember the Wild; Peter Monkhorst – Arthur Rylah Institute; Ben Holmes – Rewilding Australia; Zeb Tomkin – Victorian Environmental Fishing Map; Liz Reid, Vertebrate Palaeontologist
Meet at the junction of the western highway and the Glenorchy-Ledcourt rd (Mt Drummond quarry turnoff), or for those members coming from the south, at the entrance to the property at about 10.20 am.
Mt Dryden is geologically most interesting, as well as having a great view looking towards the Grampians proper. It is on private property so rsvping to Bill is most important.
Members of the Horsham lapidary club will also be joining us.
Displays of cut flowers and reference material etc in the hub building,
Guided walks in our Grampians Flora Botanic Garden.
Photography exhibition by Stawell Camera Club.
Chat to our resident renowned textile artist Lynne Stone as she creates her exquisite 3 dimensional native flowers.
Detailed notes for self-guided walks and drives for sale.
Please note that we have brought the show a week forward from the traditional first weekend in October to the last weekend in September. We would love to have help, either during the event, or when we are setting up on Thursday and Friday.