April 2020: CHEN goes virtual and a guest presentation from the Mulloon Institute

April 2020: CHEN goes virtual and a guest presentation from the Mulloon Institute

Rehydrating landscapes, a presentation from The Mulloon Institute

At our digital April meeting we were very fortunate to have Carolyn Hall, the CEO of The Mulloon Institute, join us on our Zoom meeting to talk about what The Mulloon Institute does. She shared with us some amazing success stories of landscapes that have been rehydrated and regenerated, restoring them to functional ecosystems that once again provide services we rely on for successful, sustainable agriculture and healthy ecosystems.


CHEN goes virtual

April was our first virtual meeting and we’re proud to say it was a hit! Until Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, CHEN will continue to run digital meetings. To join us for our May 7 meeting, Contact us for the digital meeting details.

It is important in these trying times that we support one another and stay positive so tune in to the meeting whether you want to hear about some positive work , learn about our projects and talk to a few like minded people who love nature and are dedicated to protecting the environment. 

Day 2 of the 14 Day Cattai Challenge – Compost Your Food Waste

Day 2 of the 14 Day Cattai Challenge – Compost Your Food Waste
Day 2 of the 14 Day Cattai Challenge

Day 2 of the 14 Day Cattai Challenge: Composting!Composting is a great way to reduce food waste ending up in landfill, as up to half the waste thrown out by the average Australian household is organic matter. A compost system or worm farm will take grass clippings and leaf matter from around the yard and prevent them from entering the creek. Using it to put on your garden is great as the nutrients will be used to grow veggies rather than growing algae and aquatic weeds in the creek.

Posted by Cattai Hills Environment Network CHEN on Thursday, 9 April 2020

Composting is a great way to reduce food waste ending up in landfill, as up to half the waste thrown out by the average Australian household is organic matter.

A compost system or worm farm will take grass clippings and leaf matter from around the yard and prevent them from entering the creek. Using it to put on your garden is great as the nutrients will be used to grow veggies rather than growing algae and aquatic weeds in the creek.

14 Day Cattai Challenge!!

14 Day Cattai Challenge!!
14 DAY CATTAI CHALLENGE

Hey Everyone! Since Earth Day is coming up, CHEN has decided to contribute to this special event by creating the 14 DAY CATTAI CHALLENGE! The Cattai challenge is going to extend for 14 days and end on the 22nd of April, which is Earth Day. For this challenge you will need to post photo's or video's on the CHEN page of you taking part in as many environmentally friendly tasks that can help your local environment from home.I am going to be taking part in it as well and you are welcome to use these ideas for your submission. The person that submits the most eco-tasks will receive an ECO BUNDLE of goodies, such as a reusable cutlery set, bamboo toothbrush, a reusable trendy bag, a stainless steel straw and much more! The race is on to better our environment, let’s do it!

Posted by Cattai Hills Environment Network CHEN on Wednesday, 8 April 2020

Hey Everyone!

Since Earth Day is coming up, CHEN has decided to contribute to this special event by creating the 14 DAY CATTAI CHALLENGE!

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