Opportunity Knocks

NEWSLETTER                          July 2021- Update We are beyond the Winter Solstice, and into the growth phase…that is, the growth of opportunities to be involved! There is so much happening…The first opportunity listed is a get-together with like-minded people, to enjoy a beautiful, informal, bird and plant walk at Cullenbone TSR […]

Information for the people

Hawkins-Rumker potential release for coal exploration Braving cold temperatures and rain, MDEG held an information stall to inform Mudgee people about the threat to our region if the Hawkins-Rumker Preliminary Regional Issues Assessment (PRIA) recommends that the area be released for coal exploration! The response was fantastic! Maps were examined […]

Mid-Winter activities to warm you up!

NEWSLETTER                                  July 2021 It’s mid-winter, a great time to keep our brains and bodies active! Let’s get started…and start some conversations… LOCAL MDEG is supporting the newly-formed group Rylstone Region Coal Free Community (RRCFC). Check their website and sign on for updates: https://rylstonecfc.com/ We will hold an information stall to inform […]

Make peace with Nature

NEWSLETTER                          June 2021 A word from the Chair I am reflecting on the beautiful words from this year’s theme for World Environment Day: ‘IMAGINE. RECREATE. RESTORE. This is our moment. We cannot turn back time. But we can grow trees, green our cities, rewild our gardens, change our diets and clean […]

NCC Regional Conference 2021

The NCC Regional Conference was held on Saturday 22nd May at Batemans Bay. “The Nature Conservation Council (NCC) is a movement of passionate people who want nature in NSW to thrive. The Council represents more than 150 organisations and thousands of people who share this vision. Together, this makes a […]

MDEG AGM and lots of other news

NEWSLETTER                         MAY 2021 Annual General Meeting Members and friends gathered on Saturday 24th April to attend this important meeting. Our Secretary, John Clarke, has circulated the Minutes of the meeting, and the Reports that were presented (email 14th May). Do take a few minutes to review the many activities our group has been […]