International Day of the Forests - Movie Night

Sunday, 21 March 2020 at Boonah Cultural Centre

This event is being held by Boonah and District Landcare.

Forest Defenders: The fight to protect Tasmania’s native forests, takes you straight to the frontline where ordinary people are stepping up, joining Bob Brown Foundation to protect some of the most incredible forests in the world from the archaic practice of native forest logging.

Forest Defenders

Rediscovery

WHEN

Sunday, 21 March 2021

 

TIME & LOCATION

From 4.30pm pm at the Boonah Cultural Centre

This is a FREE EVENT but bookings are essential as a light supper will be provided.

 

COST

FREE EVENT but bookings essential - REGISTER NOW

A gold coin donation on the day would be appreciated to support this initiative.

 

The film, Rediscovering the Country, directed by Stephen Oakes, is aimed at people interested in landscape rehabilitation through revegetation, and who want to learn more about how such projects can be made successful and deliver desired environmental and social benefits. It presents several community-led revegetation projects in Australia to see how they are working to improve the land, wildlife habitat and human communities.The projects identified in this remarkable film have locally developed objectives, such as returning rare animal species, helping local farmers, linking remnant vegetation, repairing degraded land, and they all were generated out of action by concerned and committed community groups or individuals.

The film also shows how community activism in Sri Lanka uses the analogue forestry/regenerative agriculture technique to mimic the original forest structure and return a forest cover that produces food, natural resources and an economic income for small farmers