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Annual General Meeting

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Every Friday

Annual General Meeting

TREAT's 36th Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday 7th September at the Yungaburra Community Hall commencing at 7.30pm. Annual reports by the President, Treasurer and Nursery Manager will be followed by the election of TREAT office bearers for the next year. Nominations are invited for the various positions on the TREAT committee and will be accepted from 16th till 31st July. A list of nominees will be available for viewing at the nursery by members for 2 weeks prior to the AGM. Members are reminded that they must be financial when voting for the new committee. Subscriptions will be accepted at the AGM. A General Meeting follows the AGM.

Our guest speakers for evening will be Paul and Leanne Hales, who manage Yourka Reserve (in the Einasleigh Uplands) for Bush Heritage Australia (BHA), a not-for-profit conservation organisation. They will present an overview of BHA, including origins, strategic direction and flagship projects such as endangered species recovery and landscape connectivity. They will also talk about everyday management activities at Yourka, such as fire management, weed and feral animal control, restoration and ecological monitoring, sharing the challenges and successes of landscape-scale conservation management.

After QandA time following the talk, the evening concludes with a supper. Plate contributions are appreciated. Everyone is welcome to attend.

TREAT Display Centre

The TREAT Display Centre is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am to 1pm, excluding public holidays, staffed by TREAT volunteers.

Every Friday

TREAT meets every Friday* morning to propagate rainforest seedlings at the QPWS nursery, McLeish Rd, Lake Eacham. All Welcome. The nursery is open from 7am, members can arrive at any time that suits them. For workplace health and safety reasons please wear closed footwear.

* Every Friday with the exceptions of Good Friday (Easter) and a break over Christmas.

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