Communities Environment Program Workshops 2022
(All Workshops are one day and are run from 9:30 am to 11:30 am)
Native Plant Propagation - All current Workshops BOOKED OUT - Express interest in future Propagation Workshops
Learn many of the tricks and tips on how to grow native plants from seeds and cuttings.
This hands-on workshop will have you creating super gardens at your place in no time!
Seed Collecting - Both Workshops BOOKED OUT - Express interest in future Seed Collecting Workshops
Growing new native plants from seed we collect on our properties is a great value for money way to revegetate our properties with the plants that like to grow there.
This workshop will help you get started!
Understanding and Identifying Regional Ecosystems
Both Workshops BOOKED OUT - Express interest in future RE Workshops
Did you know that geology and soil types determine the types of plants that will grow?
This workshop will help you identify and understand how important it is to know what regional ecosystem of plants will grow at your place before you start planting!
Introduction to Botany and Native Plant Identification
All current Workshops BOOKED OUT - Express interest in future Propagation Workshops
We are often curious to identify what is growing on our properties or keen to know plant types when we are out and about.
Join the Kumbartcho team at this introductory workshop which will start you on your plant ID journey!
Watch This Space for the timing of these exciting future Workshops:
Which One’s the Weed?
The Importance of Hollows and Nest Boxes
Wild For Nature - Botanical Art
Learn how to create botanical art from Chelsea Lomandra, a Brisbane-based artist specialising in pen and watercolour techniques.
Chelsea has been teaching Art Workshops for many years, both locally and interstate.
This is a beginner’s introduction to watercolour where participants will learn about applying and layering watercolour paints.
Learning to recreate from a still life is a skill participants will practice throughout the workshop, building fundamental skills of proportion and balance.
For more information or to book your place, email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Yuraba Conference Centre
240 Church Road
EATONS HILL QLD
Sunday 8th March 9:00 am till Noon
(Workshop and delicious Morning Tea included)