Love Water Protect Forests – Tuesday 23 October, 7 pm

16 October, 2018 at 12:30 pm 1 comment

What: A musical evening to celebrate our forests, featuring the Orbweavers and the Sanacori Italian Ensemble.
When: Tuesday 23 October, 7 pm to 9 pm
Where: The Old Fire Station Cafe Gallery, 378 High Street Preston
How: Book on Eventbrite here.

In Victoria we have extraordinary forests that are the source of our of fresh drinking water and we need to protect them. These unique forests are in crisis from ongoing logging by successive Victorian governments!

Come to hear beautiful music and gain insights about these rare and threatened ecosystems from highly regarded ecologists who have built up practical knowledge. What is the forest’s role in bringing us our life sustaining water supply?

Around one hour away from Preston stand the magnificent mountain ash forests of the central highlands. These are the tallest flowering trees and most carbon dense forests in the world, and are home to our iconic wildlife.

Wonderful music from the Orbweavers. Drawing on love of history and science the Orbweavers have charmed audiences with evocative songs of creeks, quarries and industrial landmarks. Also Sanacori Italian ensemble – mesmerising southern Italian tarantella music to raise our senses and drive us to forest protection action!

The many cultures of Preston are united by a shared care and curiosity about nature and wanting to secure these unique forests for future generations to enjoy and be sustained by. Join us in the joy of coming together to share, learn and connect.

Light supper provided, with vegan and Gluten Free options.

Newlands Friends of the Forest and Transition Darebin are hosting this event as part of the Transitions in the Pub series.

We acknowledge the people of the Kulin Nations, on whose unceded land we will be gathering, and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

 

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