Bush Skills for the Hills

Bush Skills for the Hills (BSFTHs) is a series of free workshops aimed at Perth’s Eastern Region landcare groups. They are designed to give participants the skills to manage and appreciate everything that local bushland has to offer. Due to the popularity of the BSFTHs workshops the Eastern Region Catchment Management Program (ERCMP) will be promoting the 2021 workshops firstly to members of Perth’s Eastern Region Catchment and Friends of Groups. Following this, if there are any vacancies for workshops the event will be advertised through Eventbrite and the EMRC’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/EasternMetropolitanRegionalCouncil/

If you are interested in landcare and would like to attend these workshops, please consider joining a landcare group (Friends or Catchment Group) you will be offered an opportunity to attend the free workshops via email.

Please contact the Eastern Region Catchment Program team and they will assist you in locating an existing landcare group or how you can form your own group.

Contact details:

Administration Officer Sustainability
Telephone: (08) 9424 2216
Email: environment@emrc.org.au

Please be aware some workshops will book out quickly, so it is best to register early to guarantee your place.

What to bring to a workshop

Workshops will often be conducted outside, or have outside sessions. Please wear sturdy footwear (for walking), bring along your hat, sunscreen, water and snacks, and dress suitably for the weather. Bring rain protection, if required.

Cameras may be used, with permission from the event leader on the day.

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