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Pollinator Awareness Talks

Hear from the experts how you can make changes to protect our earth with this series of free talks over the Carnival of Flowers period.

Started by Dr Jane Goodall in 1991, the jane Goodall Institute's Roots & Shoots program has been committed to engaging youth of all ages in projects to better the lives of all creatures, the environment, and communities overall. Learn how you can work to promote environmental protection through education and conversation. 

These talks are designed to facilitate productive conversations among youth about protecting migratory species and pollinators to help foster a more environmentally conscious generation of compassionate leaders. These talks aim to empower young people to become the type of leaders who will make the right choices to build a better world.  

Sunday 22 September 
Saturday 28 September 
Sunday 29 September 
Saturday 5 October
Sunday 6 October
Time: Talks will be held at 11am and will go for 30 minutes
Cost: Free with Museum admission

To register your interest or for further information call us on +61 (0) 7 4659 4900.

Bookings not required - just turn up.

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Event Details

22 September 2019 11:00 AM - 06 October 2019 11:30 AM