When you want webinars
Watch recordings of environment and sustainability webinars from recent months.
Introduction to solar and batteries
This webinar was originally recorded 18 November 2020. Presented by Australian Energy Foundation.
Edendale Basic wildlife awareness
This webinar was recorded 16 November 2020
Edendale Compost Q&A
This webinar was recorded 9 November 2020
Eltham Copper Butterfly
Learn about the butterfly's biology, food preferences and amazing relationship with a species of ant. Also hear about how you can keep the ‘Eltham’ in Eltham Copper Butterfly.
John Harris is the Director and Principal Zoologist and Ecologist with Wildlife & Ecology, an ecological consultancy based in Melbourne. John and his team coordinate and undertake the yearly Eltham Copper Butterfly caterpillar surveys for Nillumbik and Parks Victoria.
This webinar was recorded 17 October 2020.
Queensland Fruit Fly for the home gardener
The Queensland Fruit Fly (QFly) has arrived in Melbourne and could impact your fruit or veggie harvest this season.
This webinar was recorded 5 October 2020
How to make your home more energy efficient
Learn how to take simple and cost-effective energy-saving actions at home to save money and reduce your impact on the environment. For further residential Energy Efficiency information or advice, please contact the Australian Energy Foundation on 1300 23 68 55, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their website: www.aef.com.au.
Introduction to deer in Nillumbik
Hear from experts and other residents who are experiencing issues with deer, and learn how to get involved in training and collaborative opportunities to help us all tackle this problem.
Originally published 12 September 2020.
Eucalypts of north east Melbourne
Learn the basics so you can identify your local Eucalypts and find out what grows where and why. Eucalypts are the most common species in our region, the most commonly grown species in the world and are easy to recognise. However, as common as they are how well do we know or understand them?
Join Nillumbik’s Biodiversity Officer Julia Franco in this webinar to take a look at eucalypts in more depth, including the basics of their identification, where each local species grows and why, and what’s best for your revegetation project.
Originally published 9 September 2020.
Eucalypts of North East Melbourne presentation,(PDF, 34MB) Julia Franco, Biodiversity Officer
Eucalypts of North East Melbourne presentation,(PDF, 6MB) Emma Sorrentino, Edendale Indigenous Nursery Officer
Composting for beginners
This webinar was recorded 9 September 2020
Edendale Worm Farming
This webinar was recorded 7 September 2020
The benefits of increasing soil carbon on your property
Join Nillumbik Shire Council’s Land Management Officer Stephanie Orive, who will explain what you can do in your garden, your paddock or bushland and the myriad benefits of increasing your soil carbon levels.
This webinar was originally published on 3 September 2020.
Solar Savers residential solar Q&A webinar
This webinar was originally published on 6 August 2020.
Divine Daves: traditional burning and botany in conversation
Uncle Dave Wandin, Wurundjeri elder and traditional firestick farming expert and Dave Cameron, Senior Botanist at the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning met on country at Bunjil Reserve to discuss their incredible wealth of knowledge.
The biology and population dynamics of kangaroos
A webinar recorded in June 2020 with Associate Professor Graeme Coulson, Honorary Principal Fellow and Wildlife Ecologist at Melbourne University and Council's Biodiversity Officer, Julia Franco.
Nillumbik Forest Health Monitoring Project with Nillumbik Landcare Network
Nillumbik Landcare Network show us some of the findings of their long term monitoring program.
Find out what kind of birds and wildlife were found across Nillumbik using audio recorders.
John Harris, principal ecologist at Wildlife Experiences joined us for an informative online session, discussing the types of animals that may live in nestboxes in local reserves like the Woodridge Linear Reserve, Eltham.
The Kingdom Fungi
Fungi are fundamentally important organisms. They're not just some kind of bizarre accessories in the landscape, but rather fungi underpin, pretty much every terrestrial ecosystem, on the planet. Join ecologist Alison Pouliot in this foray into the Kingdom Fungi.