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How can art in our rural landscapes help enrich community

Wednesday, 7 Jun
6:00 pm

Image courtesy of Sandra Welsman of LandArtFarmSouthern New England Landcare Member Musters are a part of a National Landcare Programme investment to boost farm gate productivity and improve environmental health across NSW. This Member Muster will focus on:

How can art in our rural landscapes engage, inform, educate, or enable us to build identity, skills and knowledge and thrive as a community?

  • Walcha Vet Supplies, 8 Aberbaldie Road Walcha
  • for 6pm Wednesday 7th June 2017

Guest presenters:

  • Sandra Welsman, founder of ‘LandArtFarm’ near Armidale
  • Stephen King, artist and landcarer from Walcha
  • Eric Noakes, Mayor of Walcha Shire Council and long-time landcare member

Presenters will then ‘mix it up’ with participants in a workshop designed to network, share, and harvest the learnings of the last 25 years in our region.

Come along to get an update on the latest Landcare grants, workshops and field days.

All members and friends are invited to a fun and informative evening!

Food and refreshments will be provided so RSVPs are essential to {local landline prefix}2 9123 or email mail@snelandcare.org.au by Sunday 4th June 2017.

Read more: Member Muster focus on Art in the Landscape.

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