Zoom AGM and Talk on Balancing Fire Management
Our AGM will be held at 7.45 pm on Thursday 21 October by Zoom.
Details will be emailed to members together with the meeting papers about a week before the date. The AGM should finish by about 8 pm and will be followed by a talk on fire management (see below).
Please consider nominating as a committee member
Currently we meet on the first Thursday of each month (except January). You are welcome to come along to a meeting and find out what we do or else talk to one of our committee members. We have broad ranging discussions about developments affecting bushland, ideas for talks and walks and local events in general. Committee members do not need technical knowledge about bushland, just a general interest in our work. You may have technical skills that will be very helpful for our work or a particular interest.
Talk by Mark Schuster, Bushfire Technical Officer with Ku-ring-gai Council
Mark’s talk is entitled Living on the Razor's Edge: A Personal Perspective on Trying to Balance Fire Management for both Asset Protection and Biodiversity.
Mark joined council just over a year ago to pursue his passion in fire management – how best to balance (if possible) fire management to protect people, property and biodiversity. He has walked many of Ku-ring-gai’s bushland tracts and remnants in order to gain insight into his work. This should be a fascinating talk.
|Event Date||21-10-2021 7:45 pm|