Get to know Adelaide’s environment with our new series of online talks. Read on for details about our upcoming events and register today.

A wooden nesting box hanging on a tree trunk, with a rosella looking out of the entry and another rosella standing on top. Photo credit: Andreya on iStock
Our most recent talk, Hollow Habitats, was on the importance of tree hollows. Photo credit: Andreya on iStock

Our online talks run monthly and give you a chance to hear about key environmental projects from experts to cool, green and wild metropolitan South Australia.

We’ve had a successful and thought-provoking start with the first 4 events on Biodiversity Sensitive Urban Design (BSUD), building biodiversity in urban environments, looking after waterways, and how we can help build and maintain hollow habitats.

You can watch them as they’re made available on our YouTube channel.

Save the dates

Stay tuned for our next few talks on:

  • Cultural land management, Wednesday 21 June, 4 pm to 5 pm
  • Rewilding Adelaide – what, where, when and how, Thursday 20 July, 4 pm to 5 pm
  • Inclusivity in environmental volunteering, Wednesday 20 September, 4 pm to 5 pm

These will be advertised on our Courses and Events webpage.

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