Monthly Archive: June 2018

A bridge to safety

Human development, especially roads and freeways, can isolate wildlife and prevent them from moving from one area to another. This is especially detrimental in times of drought and bushfire. Sutherland Shire Environment Centre would like to invite you to join our campaign to ameliorate the effects of isolation of the Royal Reserves from the surrounding …

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Nature and Learning

Trees. In your yard and street. In your suburb and local parks. Trees matter! In this free 25 minute presentation for parents with children in school/pre-school, we look at the importance of getting out into the bush – good for children and adults. We sing the praises of trees, and we consider the social, educational, …

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What is “Bewildering”

Bewildering is making provision for wildness in our lives by planting appropriate vegetation, removing rubbish, obstacles and weeds, and creating and enhancing habitat wherever we can thus facilitating the process of allowing other species to live with us in our backyards, suburbs, cities, industrial areas and rural areas and creating healthy surrounds for people. Bewildering …

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Eco-savvy Business

Here’s an opportunity to promote your business, become a leader in your field and help the planet at the same time. Sound worthwhile? Why not enter your business – or a business you support – for the new environmental Sustainability Award. The award is being sponsored by Sutherland Shire Environment Centre as part of the …

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