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    Fungi Discovery Workshop

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    Ever wondered about the mysterious role fungi play in our landscapes? Curious about their ecological significance and cultural intrigue? Join us as we delve deep into the Kingdom Fungi and uncover their secrets at our upcoming Fungi Discovery Workshop on May 12th, 2024, from 9 AM to 3 PM at the Dalton Town Hall.

    As part of the Private Land Conservation Matters Project, an initiative by the Biodiversity Conservation Trust (BCT) and Landcare NSW, this workshop aims to promote knowledge and understanding of biodiversity conservation on private land.

    Here's what you can expect:

    - Interactive sessions on fungus identification 

    - Guided foray through local ecosystems to search for fungi 

    - Discussions on ecological roles, edibility, toxicity, and more 

    - Morning tea and lunch are included

    Don't miss out on this chance to deepen your understanding of fungi and their importance in biodiversity conservation. Participants are welcome to bring their own specimens for identification. RSVPs are essential, please reserve your spot via Humanitix by 3 May 2023. 

    This workshop will be led by the esteemed ecologist and environmental photographer, Alison Pouliot. With a wealth of experience having hosted many workshops and seminars within Australia and internationally, Alison enjoys engaging with individuals from all backgrounds to deepen their understanding of the natural world. 

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