• nelson heather centre (map)
  • 5 Jacksons Road
  • North Narrabeen, NSW, 2101
  • Australia

Mia Dalby-Ball is a director of Dragonfly Environmental, she is a former Manager of Environment at Pittwater Council, a contributing author of Estuary Plants of East Coast Australia and co-author on Burnam Burnam’s Wildthings – the popular nature field guide of Sydney.

Mia is based in Avalon and will speak on ecological restoration in Sydney and our region. Programs she is involved in including coastal dunes, biodiversity strategies, wetland designs, and creating habitats.  Dragonfly also have programs on bush regeneration and weed control without using chemicals.

Learn what can be done and what you can do! Join us for this important discussion on not only protecting but restoring the natural environment.

All welcome, entry by donation, doors open 7:15pm for a 7:30pm start.

A fair share/swap table is also at each meeting. Bring items to share or swap - food, seeds, plants, pots, books, DVDs etc.  A seed swap, PNB information table and new non-chemical PNB Eco cleaning products are also available.