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7 How-to Workshop: Understand & reduce your carbon footprint, Wed 7th Oct, 6.30pm, Lucky Bat Darwin Beach Clean up: Sea Shepherd Australia Marine Debris Campaign, Sunday 11 Oct Aussie Backyard Bird Count - 19 - 25 October. More details on Facebook. Open house - Wavertree House Darwin River, Sat 7th November. Tickets on our website. Long Live the Louvres? The Future of Tropical Architecture in the Top End. COOLmob & National Trust NT Panel Discussion. Details, speakers and tickets online. Sunday 8 November. Environment Centre NT AGM, Thursday 19 November, Darwin Surf Club. More details to come, RSVP here. Until next time, Shar @ The Environment Centre NT http://www.ecnt.org.au/ Authorised by S. Molloy, Environment Centre NT, 3/98 Woods Street, Darwin, NT 0801. We acknowledge we live and work on Larrakia country. We acknowledge the Larrakia people as the Traditional Owners of the Darwin region and pay our respects to Larrakia elders past and present. We are committed to a positive future for the Aboriginal and Northern Territory communities. Environment Centre NT 98 Woods St, 3, Darwin, NT 0800, Australia This email was sent to NTL_deposit@nt.gov.au. Created with NationBuilder, software for leaders. Support us, become a Territory Guardian The Territory Guardian Program is ECNT's monthly giving program, enabling us to do all the things we do. We always need more help and for as little as $5 per month you too can become a Terri tory Guardian. Monthly donations are vital for ECNT to optimise our resources and strengthen our ability to represent the broader community on key current and emerging environmental pr iorities. Join us now!

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