Thursday 19th May 2022 Two workshops – Learn more about local flora, and how to collect and propagate its seed AND
Our native fauna, its habitat needs and the role artificial hollows might play. Cox’s Creek Road.

  • 9.30am – 12.00pm Collect native seed, prepare, store and get tips on germination.
  • 1.00pm – 3.00pm Nest box installation and habitat talk

This project is supported by Watershed Landcare through funding from the Australian Government’s Bushfire Recovery for Wildlife and Habitat Community Grants Program.

FREE. Register to attend

Enquiries: Bethany Greenfield, Mob 0438 090 525 or email:

Saturday 21st May 8.00am – 6.00pm 2022 Federal election day! – celebrate your democratic right and responsibility! (or pre-poll prior – but you will probably miss out on the sausage!)

Six candidates offering for the seat of Calare – number all boxes 1-6 in order of your preferred candidate. Make sure you put the one you DON’T want at number 6. Green paper.

We need to elect 6 NSW Senators. Number at least 1-6 above the line OR at least 1-12 below the line. White paper.

Who are they all?

Some Senate guidance

  • Climate Change Balmain Rozelle has assessed the party’s policies for Climate Action. They have developed a Traffic Light system to signal those with strong policies to reduce emissions, good policies and those that have not stood up for climate protection. Climate Change Balmain-Rozelle – Current campaigns ( Note: for positions on other issues, check the individual party website.
  • Climate Analytics has analysed the global warming implications of the 2030 climate targets of the political parties and independents: the LNP, the Labor Party (ALP), the Teal Independents (the Zali Steggall Bill), and the Greens. The results are stark, showing the LNP targets are consistent with 3˚C of global warming (bordering on 4˚C), the ALP’s target is consistent with 2˚C, and the Teal Independents and Greens consistent with 1.5˚C of warming. Climate Analytics Australian election 2022 political party and independent climate-goals-analysis

Monday 23rd May 10:00am – 2:00pm  2022  Cultural Burn at Crudine to improve habitat for the Small Purple Pea

Central Tablelands LLS and Watershed Landcare have teamed up to deliver a cultural burn and workshop at the Crudine Travelling Stock Reserve.

Where: Crudine Travelling Stock Reserve, Crudine Road, Crudine

FREE. Register to attend


Saturday 28th May 2022 Amnesty garage sale – 110 Mortimer St Mudgee

Sort and save you stuff! Contact Heather 0432 081 742 for details or to arrange drop-off.

Monday 30th May 6:30pm – 7:30pm 2022 Eat Weeds with Diego Bonetto

Join Diego Bonetto for a tour around the garden path. In his book, Eat Weeds, Bonetto shows readers how to engage with wild food sources through identification guides and twenty recipes for food and remedies.

FREE webinar, register

Tuesday 31st May 2022 10.00am – 1.00pm Let’s talk sticky nightshade and other weeds. Hargraves.

Meet weed officers from Mid-Western Regional Council to talk about emerging weeds like sticky nightshade.

An informal session to learn more about sticky nightshade, how we are working to stop its spread and what you can do to help. Or maybe, you have another weed you would like help with identification or just need to discuss control options for weeds on your property. All weed questions welcome on the day. Lunch included.

FREE. Register to attend

Enquiries: CT Regional Weed Coordinator, Marita Sydes, Mob 0439 334 282 or