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Resource Newsletter - Summer 2019-2020

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Great Green Get Together a rural success There was a lot to celebrate at this year's Great Green Get Together, from showcasing projects from Hume's Environmental Campions graduates, to celebrating the input and time of our rural community. This year's event also included celebrating vital community members from Hume's diverse rural community. Hume would like to formally thank these landholders for their involvement in the following programs: Agricultural Land Use Rebate Review Stakeholder Consultation Group: ■ Bruce Butt ■ Charles Grech ■ Claude Ceccomancini ■ David Brown ■ Judith Gellie ■ Len Misfud ■ Lynette Smith ■ Michelle Bishop ■ Richard Simmie ■ Robyn Morley ■ Tim Squire-Wilson Conserving our Rural Environment Project grant first year recipients: ■ Catherine Alston ■ Megan and Russel Van Schellen ■ Peter & Muriel Marczynski ■ Angelo & Patricia Altair ■ Bruno & Julie Ivancic ■ Nicole Arkinstall ■ Matthew & Jane Baglin ■ Lachlan Wilson ■ Sabrina Withers ■ Robyn Morley EVENTS MAJOR EVENTS AND FESTIVALS Summer is here and there's lots happening in Hume City. Join us for a free movie and live entertainment at Summer Sessions: Movies and Music in locations across the city, and don't forget to put Craigieburn Festival (Sunday 29 February, Craigieburn ANZAC Park) and Broadmeadows Street Festival (Sunday 5 April, Tanderrum Way) in your calendar. For more information on all of these events and other fun activities happening across Hume City, visit FAMILY FAUNA FINDS Encounter some of the wildlife living along Deep Creek in Bulla in an evening of adventure. Hear about the exciting discoveries that ecological consultants Biosis have made across Hume and the survey methods used to find our precious fauna. Please bring a torch and wear comfortable shoes. Participants will get free copies of the Fauna of Hume and Birds of Hume field guides. Book your spot at livegreenworkshops Wednesday 26 February 2020 7:30pm–9:00pm Trap Street Reserve, Bulla ABOVE: Great Green Get Together attendees and Hume Staff. Hume City Council recognises the rich Aboriginal heritage within the municipality and acknowledges the Gunung-Willam-Balluk of the Wurundjeri as the Traditional Custodians of this land. Council embraces Aboriginal living culture as a vital part of Australia's identity and recognises, celebrates and pays respect to the existing family members of the Gunung-Willam-Balluk and to Elders past and present. This newsletter is printed on ecoStar+ 100% Recycled Silk Prefer reading RE-Source online? If you no longer wish to receive a paper copy of resource, email your postal address with the subject line 'end paper copy' to resource@hume.vic,

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