Growing with GroNATIVE!
Here at Natura Pacific, we are so excited to be launching our brand new, free app in collaboration with the Queensland Government and Griffith University on gardening with native plants in South East Queensland. BUT for GroNATIVE to really take hold and benefit a large number of people, and our environment, we need to build champions of change and spread the word!
So would you like to grow with GroNATIVE?
Throughout 2017 we will be presenting workshops about everyone being able to use the app to it’s fullest capabilities to get the most out of sustainable gardening and bringing back native wildlife to our cities. These workshops will be presented at open days, libraries and community events.
If you are hosting an event that you feel would benefit from it’s attendees learning more about this fantastic new app then please contact us and we can discuss what could work best for you.
Additionally, as a SPECIAL OFFER, we would like to offer your organisation a copy of our educational Waterways Field Guides; a collaborative effort between City of Gold Coast Council and Natura Education in 2016.
These guides come in sets of 4 and look at creating a a deeper understanding of how life-cycles, habitats, vegetation and macro-invertebrates all survive in and around our fresh water systems in South East Queensland. They are an invaluable resource for schools, community groups and others interested in improving knowledge about our beautiful catchments. To learn more about the Waterways Field Guide take a look at this article.