Tuesday, 27 July 2010

HAVE YOU RUNG TRIER AT THE WILDERNESS SOCIETY YET?

Trier Murphy at The Wilderness Society.
Waiting for your call.

Victorians deserve a real plan to secure our water future. That starts with protecting our rivers and native forest water catchments. You can make a difference. Bring yourself, a friend and some savvy ideas to our next event and make this year’s state election deliver big-time for saving water by protecting forests and rivers.

Our environment needs help and we can’t do it without you. The lead up to the November 27 state election is your chance to make a big difference for the environment. Come along to learn more about our forests and rivers, and to help us prepare and deliver an exciting community driven campaign in your area. Join us in this interactive hands-on event!

WHAT: 
Help to protect our native forests and rescue our rivers – 
bring your ideas or just come along to find out what you can do


WHEN: 
Thursday, 29 July 2010, 6:30pm to 9:00pm

WHERE: 
Field Naturalist Club of Victoria’s Hall, 
at 1 Gardenia Street, Blackburn 
Melways Ref: 47 K11

REFRESHMENTS: 
Provided

COST: 
Admission free

RSVP: 
To The Wilderness Society Victorian Community Campaigner on 

0433 010 390 

or email


right now


For more information:


WALK AGAINST WARMING
HAS SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN 2010
In previous years, the Walk Against Warming has always been held in the Melbourne CBD.  This will happen again this year.  However, the seats of Deakin and La Trobe in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne are vulnerable seats: Deakin for Labor, and La Trobe for the Liberals.  And Election Time - as you will understand, Networkers - is a great time to grab the attention of politicians.

So if you can make it to a WaW in either Deakin or La Trobe 
please let people know of your intention - an soon.
~You can phone Trier as above.
~You can phone Environment Victoria on
9341 8100
~You can email me at
misseaglesnetwork(at)gmail(dot)com

We want to make all three marches a great fun time - 
with a purpose!  

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