Booroolong Frog LAMP Meeting
Meeting for the Sewell’s Creek Local Area Management Plan
If you are a landholder in the area of Sewell’s Creek, you are invited to the first meeting for the Sewell’s Creek Booroolong Frog local area management plan (LAMP) at Hassell Park in O’Connell.
Join David Coote from DPE and Katie McPherson from LLS to learn more about protecting the endangered Booroolong frog – once common throughout the NSW tablelands now only found in small populations in key catchments – through riparian land management practices.
We are seeking further interest from local landholders in becoming a voluntary signatory to the LAMP to assist with saving the Booroolong frog through positive land management practices.
Lunch will be provided at the venue, please let us know of any dietary requirements when booking in for the event. Bring your favourite camp chair, notepad and pen and keep cup.
This meeting will be followed by a riparian management workshop. Register for this workshop.'
Please RSVP for this meeting. Register your seat.
For more information, contact Katie McPherson via email firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 0460 897 275.
1 Dec 2022 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
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