Stream Management Workshop
Who is invited?
This community event is for anyone interested in riparian management.
What is it about?
The focus of the workshop will be to give a general overview about biodiversity conservation, weed and pasture management, cultural heritage awareness, water regulations and best practise stream management for landholders.
Who is speaking?
Speakers will include:
- Dave Coote – DPE - Threatened species officer
- Clare Edwards – CT LLS – Agronomist
- Greg Ingram – CT LLS – Indigenous community officer
- Andrew Wooldridge – DPE – Salinity and water quality specialist
- Peter Kirwan – SCS – Waterway management and regulation expert
What do I need to bring?
Please bring along a camp chair, notepad and pen, weather and outdoor appropriate clothing and your favourite keep cup.
By Tuesday 29 November. Register via TryBooking.
For more information contact Mark Thomas on mobile 0487 435 960 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
1 Dec 2022 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
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