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NRM Workshop: South Coast (Gold Coast catchments)

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Robina Community Centre

196 Robina Town Centre Drive

(Corner San Antonio Court)

Robina, QLD 4226

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Healthy Land and Water are holding a series of regional Natural Resource Management (NRM) workshops across South East Queensland.

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You are invited to register to attend the South Coast (Gold Coast catchments) NRM Workshop, aimed at identifying the top priorities that will guide natural resource management investment in your area for the next five years. These workshops are a key part of the major 5-yearly review of the South East Queensland Natural Resource Management Plan.

This is your chance to give input which will help drive planning for a healthy environment and long-term liveability for South East Queensland.

The workshop is a FREE event with morning tea, lunch and refreshments provided.

This event is operating with a COVID-19 safe plan and will be held in line with government guidelines. People must not attend the event if they have COVID-19 symptoms. By registering I understand that there will be photography/filming occurring at this event. Your presence constitutes your release, permission and consent to be photographed or recorded on any media. If you do not wish your image to be taken, please speak to one of our friendly organising team. Thank you and looking forward to seeing you there.

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Robina Community Centre

196 Robina Town Centre Drive

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Robina, QLD 4226

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Healthy Land and Water is an independent organisation dedicated to improving and protecting South East Queensland’s environment.

Working in partnership with Traditional Owners, government, private industry, utilities and the community, we deliver innovative and science-based solutions to challenges affecting the environment.

Our diverse team of scientists and engineers are experts in research, monitoring, analysis, engagement and project management. Our teams restore waterways and landscapes, improve native habitats, manage weeds, protect native species and educate communities on the best ways to improve and protect the environment for future generations.

The combination of scientific expertise and on-ground management works to deliver Healthy Land and Water’s mission to lead and connect through science and actions that will preserve and enhance our natural assets and support resilient regions.

 

Visit hlw.org.au for more information. 

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