Water Sensitive Urban Design or "How to do drains better so we can catch more fish"
Presented by: Brian Stockwell
As the summer storm season approaches, here are questions for you to ponder:
Where does all that water on the Cooloola coast run off to?
What gets carried away with it?
How can we best protect our treasured creeks and the Sandy Straits so that fish can thrive?
Our guest speaker's presentation will address these questions with knowledge about design to protect our natural resources.
Saturday 8 December 2018
Tin Can Bay RSL Community Hall
2 - 3 pm with Q&A
Followed by afternoon tea then the Cooloola Coastcare AGM at 3pm for those interested in staying on.
Speaker: Brian Stockwell
- Brian has been involved in environmental planning and natural resource management in various state and local government roles since the 80s. In his 20s he was a founding member of Noosa Landcare and was honoured to receive on behalf of Council the inaugural state and national Landcare Awards in Local Government. He has held roles as a catchment coordinator, principal planning and policy officer, catchment ecologist and regional director where he led plans and projects such as the Mary River Rehabilitation Plan, Reef Plan Extension & Education Strategy and SEQ Healthy Country FarmFLOW. Brian spends his spare time as a sessional lecturer in Environmental Geography, Sustainability and Regional Planning and the odd consultancy in his business Watershed Australia.