The Science and Citizens of the Coorong

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Join us for a short film about the Coorong and the scientists and citizens helping to return it to a healthy system for all to enjoy.

About this Event

The Coorong is a unique environment that forms part of the Coorong and Lakes Alexandrina and Albert Wetland, a Ramsar Wetland of International Importance. It is important that work to restore a healthy Coorong is based on the latest science, as well as the experience and knowledge of Traditional Owners and the local community.

For National Science Week 2020 Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board and the South Australian Government’s Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin Program are pleased to present;

  • A short film: The Science and Citizens of the Coorong, and
  • An online Question & Answer (Q & A) session with scientific researchers and other interesting people of the Coorong.

By registering your details we will be able to send you a link to view the video as soon as it released and a link and information on how to join us for the on-line meet the scientists and citizens of the Coorong Q & A session.

You can send in your questions before the Q & A session or ask through the on-line platform on the night.

We’ll also be able to share information on citizen science opportunities in the Coorong starting later in spring 2020.

We hope you can join us as we learn more about the Coorong and the part we can all play in restoring its health.

Dates:

Film launch Saturday 22 August

Q & A session Tuesday 25 August 7 pm-8 pm

For more information:

Sylvia Clarke - Citizen Science Project Officer

Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board

sylvia.clarke@sa.gov.au

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