Connected Environments and Changing Landscapes 2015 Ngunawal walks and talks
The Molonglo Catchment Group in partnership with Buru Ngunawal Aboriginal Corporation and Thunderstone Aboriginal Cultural & Land Management Services invites you to attend the last of our 2015 program of Ngunawal walks and talks.
Our 2015 program explores the ways that traditional Ngunawal land management practice can inform natural resource management and sustainability principles as a basis for improved heritage, land management and statutory planning decision-making.
In June, join us on a bus ride across Canberra as we visit an old Canberra suburb, one of Canberra’s lakes and a new broadacre development to discuss:
This event is designed for environment/heritage and planning professionals and post-graduates.
|When:||Wednesday 29 July.|
|Where:||(Meeting place and itinerary to be advised by mid-June)|
|Cost:||$80 - includes catered lunch|
|RSVP and payment:||Bernie Bugden email@example.com 6299 2119|
This project is supported with funding made available by the ACT Government under the ACT Heritage Grants Program.