Join our workshops, garden visits and catch up events
For Nature is running regular Catch Ups where you can learn and connect with experts, like-minded people and Nature Conservation staff. The catch ups include talks, field visits and workshops.
Our 2021 events are generously funded by the Augusta Margaret River Shire through its Community Resilience Grants Program. View the list of events below and click on each event to find out more and reserve your spot. More events coming soon!
2021 Events for Urban Gardeners
⇒ For Nature Catch Up – Fauna and Food Garden Visit. Our first Catch Up is a garden visit and tour that’s an inspiring example of how to combine a productive, edible plot with a nature and wildlife garden on a quarter-acre suburban block tended by long-time local resident and green thumb Peta Goodwin. When: 10am, Saturday May 22, 2021. Tickets are free but numbers are limited, so click on the link above to reserve your spot. PLUS the first 10 people to register will each receive a $40 voucher to spend on native plants from the Tube Nursery in Cowaramup.
2021 Events for Semi-rural and Rural Landholders
⇒ For Nature Catch Up – Bringing Back Biodiversity. A field trip with local conservation warrior Ray Swartz, who has eradicated arum lillies, eased erosion and revegetated his bush block fronting the Margaret River. It is now a peaceful and inspiring haven filled with native plants and wildlife. When: 10am, Saturday June 5, 2021. Tickets are free but numbers are limited, so click on the link above to reserve your spot!