Good afternoon Everyone!
I hope you are enjoying the beautiful weather! There is so much going on at the moment I cant pick just one thing to talk about so here goes:
The Currency Creek Regulator Removal process has begun with a barge arriving on site last week and boating exclusion zone being enforced.
I am glad to announce that the presentations given at the 2013 World Wetlands Day event at Signal Point are finally on the web! Download them here
Don’t miss Thursday’s Talking Heads session from 4-6pm with DEWNR and Alexandrina Council staff about woody weed control (including Aleppo Pines) on Northern Hindmarsh Island. There is also the Ringbalin ceremonies occurring through April and a host of other up-coming training opportunities including the Eco-wise Action workshops I am running in Goolwa in May and still eagerly anticipating some bookings!
Most importantly don’t miss Grant funding opportunities available, page 3.
Enjoy the rest of the week! Best Wishes, Amelia
In this issue:
- World Wetlands Day 2013 Presentations now available
- Grants Available
- CFS Training for Women
- ‘Boom or Bust’ Change Exchange
- Talking Heads: Woody Weed Removal N Hindmarsh Island
- Water Security Tour
- On The Level & Calendar