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The Fires Changed Everything is a day exploring the issues nature faces on the South Coast, particularly after the bushfires.

The Conference is on this Saturday 22nd May in Bateman's Bay and is co-hosted by Nature Conservation Council NSW (NCC) and member groups Coastwatchers, South East Region Conservation Alliance (SERCA) and South Coast Health and Sustainability Alliance (SHASA). Places are limited so bookings are essential.

The program is available here.

NCC is the peak body for environment groups in NSW and  brings together grassroots environment groups across the state.

The aims of the conference are to:

  • Discuss a range of environmental issues faced by the South Coast;
  • Provide an opportunity for networking between NCC members, executive, staff, representatives and local conservationists;
  • Provide an opportunity for information sharing, skills development and collaborative planning on key policy and campaign issues; and
  • Strengthen working relationships between existing NCC members and to provide an opportunity for potential members to learn more about our work. 

The day will include workshops and panel discussions, followed by a conference dinner in the evening and a field trip to Mogo State Forest on Sunday morning.

Click here to RSVP to this year's regional conference.

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