Welcome all new Volunteers
Matt Crawley will share his biodiversity success stories from across the Bellarine Peninsula and Victoria. Discover the humorous stories, challenges and rewards from working for the environment.
Matt Crawley is the Program Manager with the Bellarine Catchment Network. With over 25 years of experience working in diverse ecological zones including the Mallee, North Central Victoria, The Goulburn Broken and The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority regions, Matt has a wealth of knowledge and experience to share about our natural world.
With a focus on the local projects that he is currently working on and the success of the publications, Discover the Real Ocean Grove environment booklet and Bellarine Peninsula Indigenous Flora and Fauna guidebooks, Matt will engage you with his unique understanding of our local environment. He will explore the personal connections he has with the Gardens for Wildlife project, Caring for Our Bays and the popular Bush, Bay and Ocean Hero Poster Program. A Bellarine focused biodiversity display will be set up during the month of September at the Ocean Grove library featuring local flora, fauna and habitat display. Matt is represented on a range of regional environmental committee’s and is part of the current Leaders for Geelong cohort.
We are about to hit the ground running with the new HP breeding season about to begin. It would be wonderful to catch up with as many as possible to meet one another, and share ideas, information, or other enquiries anyone has prior to the season taking off. There has been lots happening in the background to prepare for this season and it will be a great opportunity to share all things Hoodie.
Hopefully this date suits most. Please feel free to contact me if you can't make it in person but could possible meet by a microsoft Teams invite.
Looking forward to seeing many of you and catching up with our local Hoodies on the beach!
Cheers to all things Hoodie!
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