Manningham's monthly Environment Seminars cover various topics relating to local, national and global environmental issues. Seminars are generally held on the first Wednesday of each month.
Many of the seminars will be complemented with field trips to allow broader education on the topics. Bookings are not required for the evening seminars; however bookings must be made for the field trips.
Due to the popularity of field trips, bookings are limited to two field trips per person for the series. You must attend the corresponding seminar to be eligible to attend and keep your booking for field trips.
|Conservation of the Superb Lyrebird on the Melbourne fringe|
Presented by Alex Maisey
5 July 2017
The social and natural history of the Hawkesbury River - Lessons for the Yarra
6 September 2017
7 September 2017
6.30 pm - 8.00 pm
Waterwatch - 10 Years of Citizen Science
4 October 2017
5 October 2017
10.00 am - 12 noon
|The brighter side of night: the ecological consequences of artificial night lighting|
Presented by Dr Therésa Jones
6 December 2017
The impacts of introduced grazing on plant communities
7 February 2018
In the event of extreme weather, including a Code Red Fire Danger Day, the seminars and field trips will not go ahead.