Author: Jeremy Schroder

Jeremy has lived and played in East Gippsland for the last 15 years and calls Paynesville on the shores of the Gippsland Lakes home. He has worked the last ten years as a residential youth worker in Bairnsdale with homeless and at-risk youth, working with some of the communities most vulnerable young people. Jeremy has been lucky enough to see the benefits that outdoor experiences can bring to people’s lives and is passionate about protecting the unique Biodiversity that allows this therapy to occur. He is an advocate helping community work towards a future where people’s awareness and the need to live within ecological limits is better understood.

NENA Symposium: NENA Hub for East Gippsland Launched

From the 10th-11th of April, local and interstate guests came together for a New Economy Symposium in East Gippsland, one of Australia’s most beautiful regions. East Gippsland is rich in natural heritage, featuring Alpine High Country, the Snowy River, ancient lakes including Lake Tyers, lush Read More …