• Tony Bosworth

Calling all Hawkesbury landowners – learn how to manage wildlife through conservation scheme

If you own land in the Hawkesbury and you’re serious about protecting and working to support wildlife and biodiversity, there’s a talk coming up which will be of interest and give you good solid pointers on how to achieve a natural balance.

The Land for Wildlife talk, organised by Hawkesbury Environment Network, will be hearing from John Asquith AM who will be speaking about Land For Wildlife with the aim of interesting local Hawkesbury landowners in the voluntary conservation scheme where they can manage wildlife and biodiversity on their properties.

LFW encourages and assists landholders to include nature conservation along with other land management objectives. The program is free for landholders to join and is not legally binding. Registration in the scheme will not change the legal status of a property.

The Land for Wildlife talk, plus HEN’s AGM will be held in The Tebbutt Room at Windsor Library on Friday December 10 at 6pm.

If you’re interested, you will need to register attendance at info@hen.org.au as due to Hawkesbury Council’s current COVID restrictions, numbers are still limited. The meeting will also be available on Zoom. More information on the wildlife project here.

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