Become a Friend of the Gippsland Lakes

Saturday 8 December 2018

The Friends of the Gippsland Lakes will be holding their Annual General Meeting on Thursday 13 December with guest speakers Alan Broughton and Damian Britnell talking about Restoring Waterways and the Gunaikurnai Joint Mangaement Plan respectively.

The Friends of the Gippsland Lakes began 13 years ago and provides an avenue for interested persons to participate in projects and activities that enhance the environment, amenity and facilities within the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park, Lakes National Park, Blond Bay Reserve, Gippsland Lakes Reserve and crown land frontages abutting the Gippsland Lakes.

FoGL are keen collaborators with the many other environmental groups, agencies and people around East Gippsland and are committed to promoting the values and assets of the Lakes, Parks and Reserves.

“We so lucky to have such a unique ecosystem as our backyard” said Vice President, Heather Oke, “and it’s imperative that we value, protect and enhance the natural environment and biodiversity of our special, Ramsar-listed lakes system so that it can continue to be enjoyed by our children, the generations to come”

FoGL invites you to join them at their AGM at 6pm Thursday 13 December at

27 Dalmahoy St.
Bairnsdale

for pizza followed by talks by the fabulous Alan Broughton who will share with us examples from around the world where great progress has been made in fixing up degraded waterways, and archaeologist Damian Britnell who will proudly tell us about the landmark Gunaikurnai and Victorian Government Joint Management Plan that is setting a new direction in Victoria for working together to manage country.

For further information contact Secretary, Adele, on 0424 069 858 or secretary@fogl.org.au



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