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Sharing the Happy Villages Story in Australia

Sharing the Happy Villages Story in Australia

On the 22cd of November, Happy Villages Board Member Michael Hawthorne was welcomed to the TRLA (Tamworth Regional Landcare Association) who held their annual genral meeting (AGM) followed by Christmas celebrations with their members.

Landcare is a uniquely Australian partnership between community, government and business working to protect and repair natural resources.  There are around 6,000 Landcare volunteers doing their part across Australia.  The Tamworth Regional Landcare Association (TRLA) is the peak Landcare association in the Tamworth region, and includes the Peel River and adjacent catchment areas.

The success of Landcare can be attributed to the inspiring contributions made by passionate individuals. Their sense of stewardship, enduring commitment and deep appreciation for the natural environment is why Landcare exists today. People are its greatest asset.

 
Michael Hawthorne was the guest speaker at the Landacre AGM and provided much food for thought after his talk on the work he and the Happy Villages Team have been undertaking in Kenya over the past 12 years.
 
It is through sharing the Happy Villages Story with like minded individuals and organisations such as Landcare that we are able to form lasting prosperous relationships and work towards our goals in Lieta Kenya.
Many thanks to Nell & Wayne Chaffey who did all of the organising to make it happen.
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