Threatened Species Day 2017: Your guide to running a successful community event

This guide is intended to help community organisations, schools and businesses around New South Wales to host an event to increase awareness about the plight of threatened plants, animals and birds in their local area. Inspiring the community to care for the unique and at-risk wildlife we often take for granted is vital to ensuring their survival into the future.

Date
1 August 2017
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Guide
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ID OEH20170419
  • File PDF 2.4MB
  • Pages 14
  • Name threatened-species-day-2017-organising-community-event-guide-170419.pdf

Hosting a threatened species event will not only contribute to statewide efforts as part of the NSW Government Saving our Species program, but it is also a great way for your organisation to reach out to new audiences and reinvigorate the interest of your existing members.

The guide includes advice and resources on running your event including:

  • Choose a local threatened species
  • Register your event and receive your pack
  • Choose the type of event
  • Invites and promotion
  • Suggested actions and pledges

Event registration form

To register your event and receive your resources pack, please complete the Threatened Species Day 2017 Event Registration Form (DOC 102KB).

If you have any questions please email savingourspecies@environment.nsw.gov.au

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