The Marlborough Biodiversity Forum aims to provide a platform for community groups, landowners, iwi, youth and agencies to network, support and learn with each other to grow conservation in Marlborough.
Todays speakers are:
- Rowi kiwi conservation, Tracey Dearlove, Department of Conservation
- Life on the Seabed: Mapping Tōtaranui and Kura te Au, Oliver Wade, Marlborough District Council
- An introduction to the Cacaphony Project, Shaun Ryan
Plus, 1 - 3pm A conversation about social enterprise - what is it and how can it help resource your community organisation.
Morning tea provided, BYO lunch.
Please RSVP to email@example.com by 9th October, and let us know if you will be attending the morning and/or afternoon session