You are invited to attend a seminar that introduces a new publication: Climate-ready revegetation. A guide for natural resource managers. The Guide provides step by step instructions on how to consider the sustainability of local plant species and populations under future climate and is available in hard copy, online http://www.anpc.asn.au/resources/climate_ready_revegetation and a downloadable pdf version is available from the website. We recommend that you visit the website and familiarize yourself with the Guide before the workshop.
Albury: The seminar will be held on Tuesday 30th May, at the National Environment Centre at Thurgoona, 97 Ettamogah Road, Albury, Room F-02, from 9.30 – 10.30 pm, followed by morning tea. Please register via Eventbrite by 22nd May at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/albury-climate-ready-revegetation-seminar-tickets-34493887145
The seminar is presented by Nola Hancock from Macquarie University. Please direct any enquires to Mel Hillery Melinda.Hillery@environment.nsw.gov.au (02 6229 7156 or 0427440335 on the day).
There is no charge for the workshop. Funding for a small number of workshops to demonstrate the Guide has been made available through the Biodiversity Node of the NSW Research Adaptation Hub (a collaboration between the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Macquarie University and other leading universities and experts in climate change impacts and adaptation science): http://www.mq.edu.au/research/research-centres-groups-and-facilities/secure-planet/centres/climate-futures/biodiversity-node. We also thank TAFE NSW for hosting us.