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A young koala's beach adventure

March 18th 2013
You are invited

Creek to Coral (Townsville City Council - TCC) would like to invite you to join us to provide your ideas and input to inform the preparation of the Geoffrey and Alma Bays Catchment Management Strategy this Saturday March 23.

There will be a community tree planting event (8am), organised by Geoffrey Bay Coastcare, before the catchment strategy meeting. The native tree planting is funded through Queensland Government Everyone's Environment.

TCC has booked the Bowls Club for this event and will be providing a morning tea after the planting and a light lunch after the catchment strategy meeting.

Day/Date: - Saturday 23rd of March

Starts: Meet at 8am for the planting near the cnr of Hayles and Horden Aves

Bring: Dress for safety and bring along a refillable water bottle

Tucker: Morning Tea will be around 9.30am

Meeting time: The catchment strategy meeting will commence at 10.30am

Lunch: Around 12.30pm

The meeting will commence with a summary of the catchment management process and then it will be your turn to provide feedback on:

Natural resource management (NRM) issues in the Geoffrey and Alma Bay catchments (see map below);
Current NRM activities in the catchments; Ideas on addressing NRM issues in the catchment;
Studies, photographs and any other reference material that could help with
preparing the catchment strategy



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