The Iconic Landscapes’ project timeline is marching on.
The upcoming July 1 information evening in Bedourie, hosted by the Desert Ecology Research Group, Bush Heritage and the Diamantina Shire, will mark the culmination of the Simpson Desert case study research looking at how scientific research can be effectively connected with and communicated to relevant local communities.
Even though 2010 marks Chris Dickman’s, and subsequently, the Desert Ecology Research Group’s, 20th year in the desert, this knowledge sharing event will be the first of its kind.
As well as learning about the University’s current research and what Bush Heritage’s present and future plans for Cravens Peak and Ethabuka are, the event will be a good chance for land holders, managers and the local community to ask questions and raise issues and concerns.
Everyone is warmly welcome to attend and we look forward to a great evening.