After a whirlwind weekend, it is great to stop and try to put at least some of it onto paper.
Looking through the feedback sheets and media articles, it appears that environmental and natural resource management issues are flavour of the month. I have provided a brief summary of the media coverage on page 3.
A community member (Karen Lane) has provided us with a review of the Environment Forum, held at Goolwa (thanks heaps, Karen!) and we are hoping to have some summaries of the presentations in future editions of the Bulletin. In the mean time, I have put a mosaic of photos at the base of this page, as a reminder of the fun we had.
There are a series of small grants open at present, for various Landcare, heritage and environmental purposes, which might be of use for various community groups and schools in the Lower Lakes and Coorong area.
Community education events include topics as diverse as farm management and cat control to how to run an event or build a bat box.
So, plenty of opportunities to get stuff happening, in our beautiful patch of this State.
- Environmental Forum Review
- Media Coverage
- Monitoring of Small-bodied fish
- Ramsar Showcase
- Managing feral cats
- Land Management Course
- Clayton Bay Foreshore Consultation
- Pygmy Perch
- Guess this animal…
- SA Wetland update
- Community organisational profile – GW LAP
- Funding opportunities
- Murray Cod in Drinking Holes
- Stories of Ancient Sea Rise
- Birdwatching events
- Community happenings
- Indigenous Heritage
- Lake Levels
- Calendar of Events