Nature Conservation Council of NSW
Regional Workshop | May 7th 2016 | Dubbo NSW
THE WORKSHOP PROGRAM WILL COVER:
• The Draft Central West and Orana Regional Plan – what does it mean for your region?
• The Draft Biodiversity Conservation Act – how will native vegetation be protected across NSW and what are the pitfalls of the proposed laws?
• The proposed changes to Crown Land management – are they good or bad for our public lands and wildlife?
REGIONAL WORKSHOP DETAILS:
DATE: Saturday May 7th, 2016
TIME: 12.30pm – 4.00pm
COST: $10 which includes a light lunch.
VENUE: Dubbo RSL Club, Cnr of Brisbane
St and Wingewarra St, Dubbo, 2830
DETAILS: Leah Davies firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT’S AT STAKE FOR NATURE IN THE CENTRAL WEST?
The NSW Government is re-writing our conservation laws, changing how Crown Lands are managed and writing a new Central West Regional Plan. On Saturday May 7th 2016, we are thrilled to invite you to the NCC Regional Workshop in Dubbo. Bringing members, supporters and the community together from across the region, we hope you will join us to learn about what the proposed changes mean for nature and how we can act together to call for better outcomes. Light lunch and drinks will be provided at the venue. Following the workshop we’ll show a brief film about the new Biodiversity Conservation Act and invite you to join us for drinks, dinner and mingling in the club’s lounge. Come join the conversation, share your expertise and build new onnections with environmental organisations in the region.