EMRC Environmental Workshops


Programs:

Bush Skills for the Hills

Bush Skills 4 Youth

Other Workshops

Bush Skills for the Hills

Bush Skills for the Hills (BSFTH) is a series of free workshops for the community. The workshops are a refreshing mix of information and practical hands-on sessions designed to give participants both the why and how of managing land, bush and creeks in the hills environment.


Download the 2019 Program here.

Please be aware workshops book out quickly, so it is best to register early to guarantee your place.  

Click on the link below each workshop to find out more information and to register. Alternatively, ring the EMRC's Administration Officer on (08) 9424 2216.

2019 Bush Skills for the Hills Workshops

Plant Me Instead - Native Plants in Your Garden

https://plantmeinstead.eventbrite.com.au

Saturday 27 April 2019

Close Encounters - Native Fauna Discovery and Rescue

https://closeencountersnativefauna.eventbrite.com.au

Saturday 18 May 2019

Monitoring Techniques

https://monitoringtechniques.eventbrite.com.au

Saturday 15 June 2019

Fungi in Focus

https://fungiinfocus.eventbrite.com.au

Saturday 27 July 2019

Dieback Treatment Training

https://diebacktreatmenttraining.eventbrite.com.au

Saturday 3 August 2019

Foreshore Condition Assessment Training

https://foreshoreconditionassessment.eventbrite.com.au

Saturday 17 August 2019

Carnivorous Plants

https://carnivorousplants.eventbrite.com.au

Saturday 14 September 2019

Black Cockatoo Reserves 

https://blackcockatooreserves.eventbrite.com.au

Saturday October 5 2019

Native Grasses With Una

https://nativegrasseswithuna.eventbrite.com.au

Saturday 2 November 2019

Contact Details

Karen Warner, NRM Coordinator, Regional Services

Telephone: (08) 9424 2242

E-mail: environment@emrc.org.au

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Bush Skills 4 Youth

Bush Skills 4 Youth (BS4Y) program is supported by funding from the EMRC and Western Australian Government’s State NRM Program.

The program aims to provide young people with opportunities to:

  • develop an awareness and appreciation of their local natural environment

  • develop skills on how to preserve their local natural environment

  • become environmental stewards into the future.

Each year a series of free workshops are conducted in bush areas throughout the Eastern Metropolitan Region. Workshops with schools and youth groups  take place  during the term with community workshops in the holidays. Subscribe to the mailing list to receive e-mail updates when new workshops are open for registration.

2019 Workshops

Bird Photography Workshop registrations to BS4Y@emrc.org.au with the following details for each attendee: name, age (children), postcode, health and dietary information

To find out about opportunities for schools to participate in school-term workshops please contact the program coordinator by e-mail BS4Y@emrc.org.au

To find out about opportunities for community  and homeschool groups to request workshops please contact the program coordinator by e-mail BS4Y@emrc.org.au

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Bush Skills 4 Youth mailing list

For updates about Bush Skills 4 Youth school holiday programs please subscribe to the e-mail updates. You can unsubscribe at any time. At times workshops with partner organisations will be promoted to the BS4Y mailing list. Please inform if you wish to  only receive news and information about Bush Skills 4 Youth.

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What to bring to a workshop

Workshops will often be conducted outside, or have outside sessions. Please wear sturdy footwear (for walking), bring along your hat, sunscreen, water and snacks, and dress suitably for the weather. Bring rain protection, if required.

Cameras may be used, with permission from the event leader on the day.

Contact Details

For more information about Bush Skills 4 Youth please contact:

Catherine Levett, Youth Environmental Education Officer

E-mailcatherine.levett@emrc.org.au

Phone: (08) 9424 2244

Other Workshops

A number of one-off workshops are run for other programs or projects - please see below.