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Sophie Small
by Published on August 26, 2020

We are excited to host Ian Smith on Wed 9 September, 7:30 pm via Zoom. Ian will present his PHD research on the importance of trees as habitat for beneficial insects - providing a win-win for landholder's hip pockets and the environment! Thanks so much Ian, for sharing your fascinating work with us! It ties in perfectly with our project to work with landholders to protect remnant trees and extend out through revegetation.

A bit of background about Ian ... He is an entomologist with a background in natural resource management and insect ecology. For his PhD he studied the how shelterbelts influenced beneficial insects in agricultural landscapes, before moving into an industry role where he developed methods of industrially producing black soldier flies (Hermetia illucens) for food waste bioconversion. In his current role Ian works as the Rural Environment Officer with Hume City Council.

All welcome. Join us via Zoom -https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87157130170.   Meeting ID: 871 5713 0170
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+61 3 7018 2005 Melbourne

Or contact Sophie ph 0457 333 727 / facilitator@bellarinelandcare.org.au

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