What Eucalypt is that?

Workshop presenter, Greg Guy

Connecting Country is presenting half day Eucalypt Identification Workshops in four locations across the Mount Alexander region.

Each workshop aims to provide participants with the skills needed to identify some of the common eucalypt species to be found in the region. They will include a classroom-based discussion on the biology of our local eucalypts, with a special emphasis on our rare and endangered species and a ‘walk and talk’ session to identify some local eucalypts in their natural habitat.

Participants will be provided with an identification workbook and also a copy of Leon Costermans’ ‘Trees of Victoria and Adjoining Areas 6th Edition Field Guide’.


Presenter: Greg Guy, botanist and lecturer from Bendigo Regional Institute of TAFE

When: Sunday 6 November (Maldon); Sunday 13 November (Castlemaine); Saturday 26 November (Sutton Grange) and Sunday 27 November (Newstead)

Time:   1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Where:   Directions and a map will be emailed to participants prior to the workshop.

Cost:   $5 per person

Refreshments:   Light snacks and Tea/Coffee provided.

What to bring:  Bottle of water, Sun protection (sunscreen and hat), and appropriate shoes and clothing (long sleeves and trousers) for the field trip.

Bookings are essential as places are limited. To book email  info@connectingcountry.org.au or call 5472 1594.

Connecting Country has received support from the Bjarne K Dahl Trust to develop and implement these eucalyptus workshops (http://www.dahltrust.org.au/).

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