Dear Upper Snowy Landcare Supporters
New Treasurer needed
On August 28th, we will hold our 2020 Annual General Meeting (details soon in a separate communication).
At that meeting, our hard-working Treasurer, Rhia Stanger, will step down and we are therefore seeking someone to fill this position.
This note is my personal appeal to you all to consider stepping into this role if you have the skills.
Over the past year, my first as Chair, we have been very busy both consolidating and growing. By the end of 2020, we will have established another 6 biodiversity plots bringing us to a total of 22 since 2016. We have obtained four new grants, finished off two others, and applied for six more. We have overhauled our website, policies and financial procedures. We have advocated, engaged, publicised, socialised and enjoyed. In other words, we are all systems go. All we need now is some people to help the small band of people who make this all happen.
Please think about contributing your time, energy and goodwill to what we all agree is very important work, namely, protecting and restoring the wonderful natural environment of the Monaro.
Chair, Upper Snowy Landcare Network