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Ecological Monitoring Module Field Day - Dubbo

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Dubbo (Location TBA)

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Dubbo, NSW 2830

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A free field day introducing accredited assessors to the BCT's newly developed Ecological Monitoring Module (EMM) and Operational Manual.

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This field day will provide you the opportunity to familiarise yourselves with the monitoring methods included in the BCT's new Ecological Monitoring Module (EMM) and supporting Operational Manual, and to discuss EMM application with BCT staff.

The details of the event are still being developed, however we plan to hold the field day in mid June 2021 (likely between 15 - 18 June).

You can express your interest in attending the field day by registering here.

Note: The session will only go ahead if there is sufficient interest expressed. We will be in touch with a confirmed date/location and agenda once they have been finalised.

Broadly, on the day we will cover:

• Additional plot-based measures (i.e. point-intercept cover assessment, tree stem counts, soil surface condition assessment)

• Establishing permanent monitoring plots

• Developing a BSA monitoring plan

• Designing threatened species monitoring

Please RSVP by Friday 29 May 2021

If you have any questions, please contact the BCT by emailing info@bct.nsw.gov.au.

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Dubbo (Location TBA)

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Dubbo, NSW 2830

Australia

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Organiser Biodiversity Conservation Trust

Organiser of Ecological Monitoring Module Field Day - Dubbo

The NSW Government established the Biodiversity Conservation Trust as part of its environmental reforms in mid-2017. The government has committed $240 million over four years and a further $70 million ongoing to our private land conservation program.

The BCT encourages long-term conservation by supporting landholders to manage and enhance land with a high biodiversity value with a range of agreements and funding, and offers a biodiversity offsetting service.

For more information on our programs visit www.bct.nsw.gov.au, or follow us on Facebook @NSWBCT and Twitter @BCT_NSW.

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