Edition 74, 1st September 2020
Dear AAFBG Members
It’s SPRING. Gardens are looking great everywhere, birds singing what a feeling. I hope that your part of Australia is also in blooming mode.
I would like to ask now for articles for the next Eucalypt magazine please. Start writing, start getting to it!
Check out the Save the Date for Eurobodalla and the exciting theme for the Conference. Thriving Together, resilience and renewal in a changing world. This theme is so appropriate any year however, Eurobodalla had lost 80% of their gardens and I believe will have to lot to tell us about resilience.
There is a lot of great reading in this newsletter.
In this newsletter I have:
- Current Grant Ops
- Grant ops listed by states
- Maroochy news
- Ivanhoe news
- Hamilton news
- Garden Clubs Australia
- BGCI newsletter
- AGHS link
- Outside my window
- Soil Care
- Biosecurity News
- Impact Suite
- Justice Connect
Stay well and stay safe, stay covid free.
Chantal de Vere
AAFBG Administration Officer
Announcement for 2022 & EOI for 2024
Current Grant opportunites
State and territory information, grants and assistance
Have a look at Eurobodalla here.
Friends of Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens Inc. Newsletter – September 2020
Ivanhoe Newsletter August 2020
Ku-ring-gai Tour Flyer – this looks great!
Spring starts officially tomorrow and the changeable weather from frosty, to sunshine, to extreme wind, to driving rain, to hail, to cold and all the combinations thereof certainly indicates the change of seasons. Wonderful to see the deciduous trees in the Botanic Gardens budding up. Hope you are all coping with the restrictions to movement in place at present, and are getting out into your own gardens for some R&R.
Hamilton – 2020 Spring Newsletter
GCA Newsletter no. 5
GCA Bulletin no. 2
2021 Garden Club Order form
Members Newsletter August 2020
Link to AGHS conferences including Webinars
Readings from John Kitt – OUT SIDE MY WINDOW
Soil Care – Network Caring
Biosecurity News – always worth a look.
Latest NFP trends
Life is too short to host boring fund raising events
How Volunteering helps mental health
Getting back to the work place – Covid.