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Buffers, Sponges & Moderators - a film about managing swampy meadows and wetlands

Rivers of Carbon

Wednesday, 30 May 2018 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm (AEST)

Buffers, Sponges & Moderators - a film about managing...

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Rivers of Carbon and South East Local Land Services would like to invite you to the launch of Buffers, Sponges & Moderators: Managing swampy meadows, wetlands and chain of ponds. Join us for an afternoon screening with scones and tea, and hear from and meet the cast!

 

Event details:

When: 30th May, 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Where:
 The Carrington Inn - Rose Cottage, 21 Malbon St, Bungendore NSW 2621

 

The Cast:

Our landowners: Donna Hazell (Braiadwood). Rod Hoare (Binda), Jon and Gillian Gough (Bibbenluke),
Our subject specialists:
Adam Shipp (Yurbay, Indigenous knowledge), Heather McGinness (CSIRO - birds),
Our practitioners:
Cam Wilson (Earth Integral), Leon Miners (SeLLS)
Our presenter:
Siwan Lovett (Rivers of Carbon)
Our filmmaker:
Richard Snashall (Spinning Reel)

 

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The Carrington Inn - Rose Cottage
21 Malbon St
Bungendore, NSW 2621
Australia

Wednesday, 30 May 2018 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm (AEST)


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Rivers of Carbon

Rivers of Carbon is a community driven initiative that focuses on connecting and linking riparian rehabilitation projects with remnant vegetation and other works. We work with landowners and community groups to rehabilitate riparian areas for biodiversity, carbon sequestration, reduced sedimentation, and improved stock management. We also raise awareness, share knowledge and celebrate the many values our rivers have for communities – both human and ecological.

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