Who’s up for looking after this planet? The Byron Environment Centre (BEC) crew are having a Picnic in the Park public networking afternoon, this Sunday 16 October 2–4pm, at the BEC’s Rotunda, in Railway Park, Jonson St, Byron Bay.
Post covid restrictions, communities across the state are coming together to reestablish networks at Picnics for Nature, coordinated by the Nature Conservation Council and local environment groups.
Whether your interest is in commenting from the sidelines, back-seat support, front-seat driver, or frontline activist, from Knitting Nannas to School Strike students, with an interest in local/regional/or global campaigns, or in a ‘looking after country’ First Nations Voice to Parliament, let’s get together and decide on how we are going to protect the rights of nature, and the rights of future generations to a liveable planet. Grab a coffee and bring a cushion, and come along!
PS: Don’t dawdle on the pedestrian crossing in front of the park – it’s now a $20,000 fine and two years jail for activists inconveniencing traffic.