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Meeting & AGM

Friday 8th February 2008 at 6pm – Environment House, 91 Emu Bay Rd, Deloraine.
Consider yourself for a place on the Management Team. Supper afterwards.
 

Jackey’s Marsh Forest Festival

1-3 Feb 2008 – Jackey’s Marsh, 25 mins drive from Deloraine.
Great entertainment, forest walks, talks and workshops. Bar, fabulous food and camping sites available.
For more information or to check out the gig guide visit: http://www.forestfestival.org/ 
Full festival tickets: $75 single, $65 single concession, $150 family, $130 family concession.
Day tickets: $30 single, $25 concession, $75 family, $60 family concession.
Tickets are on sale now from The Artists Garrett in Deloraine. For tickets please call (03) 6362 3235  
Please no pets, no open fires, no BYO alcohol or drugs. This is a community family event
 

Meeting & AGM

Friday 9th March 2007 at 6pm – Environment House, 91 Emu Bay Rd, Deloraine.
Special Guest Speaker - Dr Pete Hay - "Establishing a moral compact with the land"
Supper afterwards.

Friday 13th April 2007 at 6pm – Environment House, 91 Emu Bay Rd, Deloraine.
AGM Business includes amendments and updates to the constitution. Supper afterwards.

 
Jackey’s Marsh Forest Festival

Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th Feb 2007 – Jackey’s Marsh, 25 mins drive from Deloraine.
After 10 years of waiting the original Tasmanian forest festival is on again this summer.
Great entertainment, forest walks, talks and workshops. Bar, fabulous food and camping sites available.
For more information or to check out the gig guide visit: http://www.forestfestival.forestwalks.com.au/ 
Don't miss out tickets are limited to 1000 lucky festival lovers. Tickets: $40 single, $30 concession, $60 family.
Tickets are on sale now from The Artists Garrett in Deloraine. For tickets please call (03) 6362 3235  
Please no pets, no open fires, no BYO alcohol or drugs. This is a community family event
 
 

Newsletters

 news

You may download recent newsletters from here:
 

TEA News, January 2008 (700kb, pdf format)

TEA News, June 2007 (450kb, pdf format)

TEA News, May 2006 (600kb, pdf format)

TEA News, October 2005 (500kb, pdf format)
 

 
Events 2006

To balance the serious and essential aspect of our campaigns and other activities, we have added social activities with an educational focus. We hope to see you at these fun, community and fellowship events.
 

Monday 5th June
World Environment Day
Theme: Achieving environment outcomes through local government
Sunday 30th July
National Tree Day
Including a junior photography competition
Friday 1st September
Wattle Day
Learn some floral art with local wattle and other native plants in early spring flower
Sunday 10th September
World Solar House Day
Learn about and get involved in the big plan to heat and power Environment House with the sun
Tuesday 3rd October
World Habitat Day
Picnic day at Reedy Marsh
Sunday October 15 - 22
National Water Week
Event details still open - provide some ideas!
Monday 11th December
International Mountain Day
Shouldn't be too hard to think up something for this special day. Your suggestions are welcome!

 
 

 Other information

See the latest on our campaigns, a bit of our history, and how to join us.

 

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