North Queensland Threatened Species Symposium
The objective of the Symposium is to increase knowledge exchange and collaboration between organisations and individuals working to conserve threatened species and ecological communities in Northern Queensland. The symposium will include presentations from the Threatened Species Recovery Hub researchers, and will include workshops focussing on threatening processes that impact the threatened species in our region.
Presentations and workshop themes will include;
- Challenges & Opportunities for NQ Threatened Species Recovery
- Threatened Species Management & Recovery Planning
- Community & First Nations Engagement
- Policy & Planning
- Habitat Management
- Research Opportunities
Tickets to the event are $50 each and include admission to the two-day event, all catering, as well as a networking dinner.
Numbers will be limited due to COVID-19 restrictions and for the Cape York NRM region will be allocated based on submission of an Expression of Interest. Please contact Helen Penrose (Cape York NRM Biodiversity Officer) on 0407 173 882 or email email@example.com to register your interest in attending the event.
The event is co-hosted by the members of the NQ NRM Alliance (Terrain NRM, Northern Gulf RMG and Cape York NRM) with funding through the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program, and the National Environmental Science Programs Threatened Species Recovery hub.
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