TLC End-of-year BBQ 2019
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It’s been another wonderfully successful year at the TLC and we couldn’t have achieved what we have without you.
We want to thank you for your continued support and commitment to nature conservation in Tasmania!
Our End-of-year BBQ will be held 12.30PM Thursday 12 December on the lawns of the TLC's Hobart offices.
We look forward to seeing you there!
This will also be an opportunity to thank outgoing Chair, Stuart Barry, and retiring Conservation Science and Planning Manager, Dr Sally Bryant, for their remarkable service to the TLC and wish them well as they start new life chapters!
All food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be provided. Please make a cash donation on the day to help cover costs.
TLC's Hobart offices are located at 827 Sandy Bay Road, Lower Sandy Bay. Parking at TLC is very limited, so you may need to park further along the road or perhaps even catch the bus or carpool with friends. Please take care crossing the road near TLC. Drivers tend to speed around the blind corners along the Channel Highway.
What to bring
Your picnic blanket, mats or picnic chairs. Only limited seating will be available.
Suitable clothing, a hat and sun protection.
A healthy appetite and jolly disposition!
Register is essential
To help us with catering quantities, please register as soon as possible and by Monday 9 December.
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Tasmanian Land Conservancy
The Tasmanian Land Conservancy (TLC) is a for-purpose organisation that protects nature on private land. We raise funds to safeguard irreplaceable sites, endangered species’ habitat and rare ecosystems by buying and managing private land. In partnership with others, we look after Tasmania’s unique natural places, for nature’s sake and for the benefit of humankind. We provide people with opportunities to experience nature, achieve nature conservation and support the work of the TLC. We welcome a diverse range of people to experience private nature conservation through volunteering, reserve visits and events. Our vision is for Tasmania to be a global leader in nature conservation.