Check out what's on across South Australia related to environment and sustainability. This calendar includes events hosted by Conservation SA, our member groups, and the wider community. You can submit an event by clicking 'Create and event'.
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Events listed here are presented by a variety of different organisations and individuals.
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Join Getup SA Action Network for a free screening of two 30-minute documentaries, with time for discussion and a shared supper.
The first film, Guarding the Galilee, is filled with stories from the front lines of the proposed Adani coal mine. Guarding the Galilee captures the raw beauty of the Queensland outback, where Adani's mine threatens essential water resources, and so much more.
#StopAdani: A Mighty Force reveals an unstoppable movement for change, and captures the power and passion of people taking extraordinary action to stop Adani from building one of the biggest coal mines in the world.
This is how we build our mighty force to #StopAdani: bringing people together to get informed and take action.
Walk amongst the wildflowers and participate in a working bee to help hand pull the invasive Boneseed.
Manning Reserve is one of the last areas of woodland dominated by Pink Gum (Eucalyptus fasciculosa) with an intact understorey on the Adelaide Plains. We invite you to join us exploring and preserving this site.
Download the flyer here
This time we will be featuring Australian Daisies, and the Spring event also has our annual cut flower display.
We will be at the Adelaide Showgrounds on the weekend of 6th and 7th October, starting at 10:00am each day. Admission is just $3.00.
There will be South Australian grown plants, books for sale, free soil pH testing, Advice, Workshops, Children’s Activities and more!
Our workshops include:
* Andrew Fielke doing cooking demonstrations with native foods
* A butterfly talk and
* Anthony Morley