September 11, 2017
6pm - 8pm
118 Hovell St
Wodonga, Victoria 3690
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It’s time for people right across the basin to come together, connect and speak out so our rivers and our communities can thrive.
Find out what you can do to make a real difference for the Murray-Darling Basin. Hear from an inspiring panel of passionate locals, river experts, bird lovers, fish ecologists, Traditional Owners, celebrity chefs, fruit growers, irrigators, graziers, artists, adventurers and grandmas who have spent years campaigning for our rivers.
Speakers include: Dr Ben Gawne - ecosystem ecologist at the Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Centre; Prof Max Finlayson - wetland ecologist at Charles Sturt University; Rene Woods - Chair of the Murray and Lower Darling Rivers Indigenous Nations; Connie Warren - conservation coordinator at Birdlife Australia; and Sarah Moles - healthy rivers campaigner.
Let's make plans, have a yarn and share ideas.
This is a free event but places are limited.
Event host: Sarah Moles
People power is the key to making real, lasting change. When people get connected, empowered and organised, together we can amplify our voices so they rumble all the way to Parliament House.
This is an independently run event hosted by a member of your community and supported by the Lifeblood Alliance of environment, indigenous and community groups.