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NRFABCON Spring Meeting 2019

Northern Rivers Fire & Biodiversity Consortium inc.

Wednesday, 30 October 2019 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

NRFABCON Spring Meeting 2019

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---Please note this is a change of date from that previously advertised---

10.30am meeting start EDST (Daylight Saving Time). Morning tea from 10.00am

General Meeting of the Northern Rivers Fire and Biodiversity Consortium. Register agenda items with Coordinator: by October 23, 2018.  Meeting Agenda and previous Minutes will be emailed to registered attendees prior to meeting.

Agenda includes short field trip (after lunch) with Byron Shire Council to its the Honeysuckle Hill Site (Pacific Vista Drive 10-15 min away in Byron.) Honey Suckly Hill is a clay heath site that Council has been restoring for a a number of years using a combined approach of burning and canopy thinning.

Enquiries: Jane Baldwin mob 0448 414 547

Directions: Take the Byron Bay turnoff from the Pacific Highway and turn right almost immediately after leaving the roundabout, into William Flick Lane.  Ewingsdale Hall is 100 m up on the right. The Hall is situated next to St Columba’s Anglican Church.  William Flick Lane is the Old Pacific Hwy.

Have questions about NRFABCON Spring Meeting 2019? Contact Northern Rivers Fire & Biodiversity Consortium inc.

When & Where

Ewingsdale Hall
William Flick Lane
Ewingsdale, NSW 2481

Wednesday, 30 October 2019 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

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Northern Rivers Fire & Biodiversity Consortium inc.

NRFABCON is regional network of public and private land managers, community and industry stakeholders seeking a coordinated, landscape-level approach to the management of fire for biodiversity. The group was established in August 2011 as a key action arising in the Northern Rivers Regional Biodiversity Management Plan to address the threating process of inappropriate fire regimes on regional biodiversity values.

NRFABCON’s mission is to promote a collaborative and practical approach to sustainable fire management, across landscapes, for healthy ecological and social communities. By supporting adaptive fire management actions and strategies, NRFABCON aims to empower communities to improve their understanding of and participation in sustainable fire management practices for biodiversity conservation while recognising the importance of protecting life and property.


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