8 October 2018
Please join us at our research marketplace workshop on 13 November as part of the Territory NRM conference in Darwin.
This workshop will give you an increased understanding about natural resource management topics such as gamba grass and fire, links between fish and flows, the multiple benefits of Indigenous Land & Sea Management Programs, mangrove dieback, eDNA methods, Ranger Mine rehabilitation and more.
The workshop is free but you’ll still need to register via the conference website.
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