Autumn has seen us continue to provide educational workshops on marine and terrestrial lifeforms and deliver an extended course in birdwatching. Renovations have continued at the Support Centre kitchen, and whilst seed collecting has finished for the season, various weekly SOLN excursions are planned, including returning our attention to fungi and other great decomposers in the landscape.
If you’re looking for ways to spend the next six months, you could get involved in surveying, species monitoring, assessing native vegetation, propagating native plants, making collections, restoring habitat, or attending a raft of workshops to increase your understanding of the biodiversity that surrounds us. Keep your eyes and ears on SOLN as we share how you can landcare and oceancare in the Southern Otways.
SOLN acknowledges the Gadubanud as the Traditional Owners of the country on which we live and work. We recognise their continuing connection to land, water and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders.