FEN 10 Ways to Care Workshop One: Friday 22 March

Hi Friend 

Energise yourself, engage others in caring for our unique biodiversity, and bring your story to inspire others at our first Ten Ways to Care for Biodiversity workshop for 2024! This lunchtime session focuses on 'Become an Eco Citizen' &' Be An Active Voice'.
Date: Friday 22 March
Time: 1pm-2pm ADST
Where: Online
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To celebrate World Water Day, March 22, Environmental Educator Sue Martin will share her experience with her local Landcare group in Cattai and Little Cattai Creek catchments CHEN, who are accompanying platypus living in our urban waterways!
Learn how FEN's Ten Ways to Care framework can empower faith and other communities to restore biodiversity in our world, facilitated by David Low, a member of the Australian Native Bee Association and the North Shore Temple Emanuel, a progressive Jewish synagogue.
You will also have a chance to share your story, meet and be inspired by others from around Australia in break-out groups over Zoom.
Please forward this invitation to people in your faith community. We are more effective together!
Anne Lanyon
FEN Co-ordinator
P.S. - If you haven't already, please make a brief submission to the Federal Government’s draft new Nature Positive Plan by Saturday 30 March. Here's how:


  FEN is a volunteer network.

We need another $20,000 to reach our goal of $30,000 by the end of the year to employ a part-time Co-ordinator to assist us. We appreciate any assistance in achieving this goal.


March 22, 2024 at 1:00pm - 2pm
Faith Ecology Network Co-ordinator ·

Will you come?