Southern Gulf NRM is a not-for-profit community organisation working through partnerships to
implement strategic planning and investment activities that care for our region’s natural and cultural assets.
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Outcomes of the recent community forum, AGM and many workshops are outlined. A feature of the Bellingham’s pasture management and an introduction of the Stamford Six project are included. The front cover photo, by Jordan Westerhuis, won the 2017 Morning Glory Festival photo competition.
Further enquiries, please contact Southern Gulf NRM’s Community Engagement officer, Joanna Seczkowski, on (07) 47431888
Part of the biodiversity projects underway in 2017-18 is the new Wernadinga Wetlands project. To learn more about how fencing relates to wetland rehabilitation, see pages 5 – 6 of the new ‘Sustaining our natural and Cultural environment’ brochure.
The wetlands project provides the opportunity to implement practical management solutions that promote conservation, pastoral productivity and the preservation of culturally significant sites.
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