|Subject:||WETLAND RESTORATION AND MANAGEMENT WORKSHOPS (Sydney)|
|From:||"John A. Gamblin" <>|
|Date:||Wed, 29 Oct 2003 20:42:39 -0800 (PST)|
6. WETLAND RESTORATION AND MANAGEMENT WORKSHOPS
You are invited to attend two 2-day Practical Workshops on Wetland Restoration and Management.
For the 3rd year Sydney Olympic Park Authority (SOPA) is presenting two 2-day practical workshops on Wetland Restoration and Management:
The 10-11 November 2003: Identification and Management of Waterbirds workshop will take you through step-by-step procedures of how to identify waterbirds - using both curatorial specimens and field samples and we will investigate some practical approaches in helping to achieve successful outcomes.
The 20-21 February 2004: New Techniques in Restoration of Mangroves and Saltmarsh workshop will explain a new, yet very simple method of mapping tidal contours in mangrove and saltmarsh areas and their successful management.
The workshops are based on a hands-on experiential, learning approach. Emphasis is placed on practical experiences of successful repair and restoration of wetlands in Sydney Olympic Park and elsewhere. A variety of experts will be delivering these high
For bookings contact (612) 9714 7509 or e-mail
or visit SOP at http://www.sydneyolympicpark.com.au
Fees include: workshop, lunch and workshop notes)
Two Day Rate
Regular: $396.00 (GST inc)
Student: $297.00 (GST inc)
Single Day Rate
$253.00 (GST inc)
Special Room Rates are available from Novotel/Hotel Ibis for workshop Participants.
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