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Events

Urban Runoff and Impacts on Waterway Health and Hydrology - The Future for Greater Sydney
Feb
23
1:30 PM13:30

Urban Runoff and Impacts on Waterway Health and Hydrology - The Future for Greater Sydney

The Splash network is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Engineers Australia and the International Erosion Control Association to deliver the inaugural Splash Inter-Industry Forum. This is an opportunity to bring together different disciplines who all play a role in finding solutions to complex integrated water management problems.

The growth predicted in Sydney is reaching unprecedented levels in areas that have previously been limited to little to no development. The Greater Sydney Commission has indicated the need to rethink urban development and the goal to develop a parkland city in the South Creek catchment. The blue – green corridor means that as engineers, scientists and practitioners we will need to consider the water and waterway health up front in our designs.

Three presenters (Carl Tippler CT Environmental, Dan Owens Soil Conservation Service & Michael Frankcombe IECA) will focus on the impact of urban development on waterway health and hydrology and how we can improve, protect and maintain good waterway health with great amenity in urban areas that also provide habitate to iconic species and provide environmental value. 
Registrations are still open and remaining places are limited. Be sure to register here. Please note the complimentary Splash registrations have all now been allocated however if you are a member of Engineers Australia or IECA you may still be able to register for free. 

23 February 2018
1:30 - 4:30pm
Sydney Water
Neutral Bay Room
1 Smith Street
Parramatta

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Splash - Networking, Nibbles and Drinks
Feb
23
5:00 PM17:00

Splash - Networking, Nibbles and Drinks

Splash is holding an industry networking event to provide an opportunity to meet and mingle with others in the industry. This event will follow directly after the inter-industry forum and is open to all Splash followers and Engineers Australia and IECA members. Splash will provide the nibbles and participants will be required to purchase their own drinks. For catering purposes, it is essential to RSVP for this event. 

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Splash Information Session
Feb
28
10:00 AM10:00

Splash Information Session

Splash will be hosting an information session giving interested organisations an overview of the Splash Program and the benefits of joining either as an in-kind contributor or a financial contributor. During the session, participants will hear from some of the consultants who will be delivering some of the workshops and training Splash will be running over the year.
There will be a question and answer session to help participants get a better understanding of how Splash can help their organisation accelerate more rapidly to a more sensitive city and take advantage of integrated water management solutions with their projects.   
Places are limited and registration is essential. 

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Clean Up Australia Day 2018 - Dubbo
Mar
4
8:00 AM08:00

Clean Up Australia Day 2018 - Dubbo

Gather your friends, family, local sporting group and community group and help clean up the Macquarie River this Clean Up Australia Day.

Dubbo Regional Council is hosting a Clean Up Australia Day event at Ollie Robbins Oval in Dubbo on Sunday 4 March. Meet at the barbecue shelter at Ollie Robbins Oval and remember to wear closed shoes and suitable protective clothing for working outdoors.

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Clean Up Australia Day 2018 - Wellington
Mar
4
8:00 AM08:00

Clean Up Australia Day 2018 - Wellington

Gather your friends, family, local sporting group and community group and help clean up the Macquarie River this Clean Up Australia Day.

Dubbo Regional Council is hosting a Clean Up Australia Day event at Oxley Park in Wellington on Sunday 4 March. Meet at the boat ramp at Ollie Robbins Oval and remember to wear closed shoes and suitable protective clothing for working outdoors.

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BCCAN presents Lunch with Lesley Hughes
Mar
12
12:30 PM12:30

BCCAN presents Lunch with Lesley Hughes

Lesley Hughes is the former federal Climate Commissioner and former Lead Author in the IPCC's 4th and 5th Assessment report and will be presenting over lunch on "Impacts of Climate Change on Species and Natural Ecosystems".

This event is being held:
Monday 12 March 2018
12:30 - 1:30pm
Local Land Services
66 Corporation Avenue, Bathurst
Light lunch provided.

RSVP is essential by Friday 9 March: bxclimateaction@gmail.com

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Climate Smart Innovations (CSI) for the Central West
Apr
18
to Apr 19

Climate Smart Innovations (CSI) for the Central West

Climate Smart Innovations will be held in the central west town of Cowra which straddles the Lachlan River and is reliant on the valley's strong agricultural base. Well known for prime lamb and vealer production, the soil types, usually reliable rainfall and abundant irrigation water have brought a range of primary industries to the area, including: viticulture, dairying, fresh vegetables, lucerne hay, poultry egg production, broadacre grain and oilseeds.

This dynamic conference will highlight how the region has and continues to build an inventive future based on agricultural, environmental and conservation advancements. It will incorporate a variety of outstanding speakers, workshops and tours showcasing the regions latest innovations in response to climate adaptation research and provide the opportunity to sample the amazing local produce.

For further information see the Event Brochure

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Conservation in Action Conference 2018
May
15
to May 17

Conservation in Action Conference 2018

  • Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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Conservation in Action: research to reality is a conference that will bring together industry leaders in the conservation field. From scientists to policy makers, program managers through to specialists in implementing works in the field, this event will pull together all disciplines of natural resource management to demonstrate how we're turning Research into Reality.

The conference will be hosted in the vibrant regional city of Bathurst in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales. Our conference venue is the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre (BMEC), a nationally recognised performing arts centre with outstanding facilities for an event of this type. BMEC is located within the CBD of Bathurst providing ease of accessibility to a range of accommodation, dining and entertainment options.

The conference program boasts a full two days of presentations from leaders in their respective fields. Sessions will pull together research findings through to case studies and will demonstrate all of the policies, programs and plans in between that enable environmental practitioners to implement best management practice on the ground. Learn about the latest threatened species recovery work and research while networking with some of the leaders in managing our native flora and fauna.

This conference is being organised as a partnership between Central Tablelands Local Land Services, Central Tablelands Landcare and Central West Councils Environment & Waterways Alliance.

For further information and to register please see the Conference Website

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Stormwater 2018 Conference: Working Together, Building Tomorrow
Oct
8
to Oct 12

Stormwater 2018 Conference: Working Together, Building Tomorrow

Stormwater Australia and the Stormwater 2018 Conference Committee invites you to join them in Sydney in October 2018 for what will be the highlight of the stormwater calendar.

With over 300 delegates anticipated, it will be the one stop shop for industry professionals looking to keep abreast of contemporary practice, share ideas with their peers and make new contacts that can be invaluable in their everyday work.

Expect a program that will leave you wiser, better networked with a little bit of fun thrown in along the way.  As with previous conferences, we envision delegates and presenters to be drawn from a mix of practitioners’ working at the ‘coal face,’ new and emerging science and presentations on policy from around the country.

For more information and to register - Stormwater 2018

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