Events

Nature journaling school holiday workshop - Mitcham (Event)
23 January 2020
Stop and notice the wonders around you, with journaling guide Jenny Deans. Explore your local area with fresh eyes through drawing, writing and scribbling about what you observe.

Managing livestock after fire (Event)
24 January 2020
A free workshop on stock containment, pastures and your priorities after the Cudlee Creek fires

Woodside - Horses and paddock behaviours: Is your horse normal? (Event)
29 January 2020
Join Nicki Stuart (Dip. Equitation Science) for a look at horse behaviour in the paddock and stable.

SOLD OUT - Learn to draw our local birds (Event)
01 February 2020
Under the expert guidance of local artist and art teacher, Kaz Pedersen, learn to draw our local birds.

Willunga - Horses and paddock behaviours: Is your horse normal? (Event)
05 February 2020
Join Nicki Stuart (Dip. Equitation Science) for a look at horse behaviour in the paddock and stable.

A practical guide to rural land management (Training)
05 February 2020 until 25 March 2020
An 8 week course to help rural landholders make better management decisions for their property

Create a waterwise veggie garden (Event)
08 February 2020
Grow edibles and save water - Join Karen Montgomery from Kspace as she shares with you techniques to grow nutrient-dense food with less water, using a wicking pot.

What is in your horse’s pantry? Free walk and talk session. (Event)
13 February 2020
Join Andy Cole, Land Management Advisor in this free interactive walk to practice identification of common native and introduced grasses and introduced weeds. BYO Horse paddock weeds for I.D.

RCS Grazing Clinic (Training)
14 February 2020 until 16 February 2020
A practical hands-on workshop that develops your skills as a grass manager. This power-packed two and a half day clinic will have you walking away with the confidence and practical know-how to go home and get to work!

RCS Grazing Clinic - Willunga, SA (Event)
14 February 2020 until 16 February 2020
This practical hands-on workshop will develop your skills as a grass manager.

Birds n' bickies 2020 - Thompson Beach shorebird sessions (Event)
16 February 2020
Another summer of monthly meet-ups designed to help you learn more about our amazing shorebirds within the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary. This session - test your ID skills

Not all paddocks are created equal (Meeting)
17 February 2020
This session will explore how cheap and easy to access technologies can help you to better manage pasture, hay paddocks, tree shelter and on-ground horse and livestock feed.

Woodside - DIY horse property plan (Event)
18 February 2020
Got a horse (or other small livestock) property? Not sure where to start when it comes to planning out design features to suit your goals? Discussion includes fenceline and horse related infrastructure placement, ideas for managing slope, wet areas, native vegetation, watercourses or considering ways to help with biosecurity.

Free webinar: Re-vegetation - planting trees and shrubs on horse properties (Event)
20 February 2020
As parts of the country are facing tough droughts, with some areas also battling bush fires- it may be difficult to focus on land-soil restoration and even tree or shrub planting for future benefits on your property.

Thriving Women 2020 Conference (Event)
24 February 2020 until 25 February 2020
The Thriving Women 2020 Conference is the premier conference to secure a sustainable future for women living and working in agriculture and associated industries.

Green Living: indoor plants and natural homes - Mitcham (Event)
26 February 2020
An hour-long workshop with The Folk of all Trades to learn how to choose and care for indoor plants to ensure they thrive, why natural fibres are better for people and the planet, and how to connect to nature inside your home.

Woodside - Horses and toxic weeds: ID and control your paddock weeds (Event)
02 March 2020
Join Andy Cole, Land Management Advisor in this free interactive talk to find out more about different pasture weeds and which ones could be toxic for horses.

Horses and toxic weeds: ID and control paddock weeds (Event)
05 March 2020
Join Andy Cole, Land Management Advisor in this free interactive talk to find out more about different pasture weeds and which ones could be toxic for horses.

Birds n' bickies 2020 - Thompson Beach shorebird sessions (Event)
14 March 2020
Another summer of monthly meet-ups designed to help you learn more about our amazing shorebirds within the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary. This session - citizen science

Green Living: native bees in your backyard - Holdfast Bay (Event)
18 March 2020
An introduction to native bees and how to attract these pollinators to your garden.

Free webinar: Birds, bees and bugs around your stables & yards - wildlife friendly management (Event)
19 March 2020
Your stables, shelters, yards and green spaces around these areas can contribute to natural functions and processes, such as regulating water drainage, buffering the damaging effects of strong winds, or providing food and shelter for native wildlife including birds and bugs.

Watercourse restoration - Lower Hermitage (Event)
22 March 2020
A workshop to inspire environmental champions.

Green Living: native bees in your backyard - Mitcham (Event)
28 March 2020
An introduction to native bees and how to attract these pollinators to your garden.

Nature journaling workshop - Gilbertson Gully (Event)
04 April 2020
Stop and notice the wonders around you, with journaling guide Jenny Deans. Explore your local area with fresh eyes through drawing, writing and scribbling about what you observe.

Green Living: make your own wildlife nest box for birds, bats or possums - Brighton (Event)
15 April 2020
Join James Smith of fauNature to discover how we can support our native wildlife. This workshop is ideal for families, small groups or individuals.

Free webinar: Horse nutrition - choosing roughage for your horses (Event)
16 April 2020
Managing your pastures to provide enough forage for your horses would be ideal; however, in reality not many horse owners have the capacity to maintain horses on pasture as well as harvesting roughage to preserve for lesser times in the year.

Green Living: sustainability skills - Mitcham (Event)
29 April 2020
A two hour-long workshop with The Folk of all Trades to learn how to live plastic-free with your own natural reusable alternatives.

Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges