Extension officers, landholders, agribusinesses, government, natural resource management organisations, landcare groups and others involved in the industry are invited to join us at the Burnett Mary Regional Integrated Science Forum.
This event is packed with the latest project outcomes, on-ground work, and science delivering positive environmental and local industry impact. Hear from the Paddock to Reef team, including representatives from CQUniversity, BMRG, Gidarjil Development Corporation, and a local landholder regarding on-ground project work and actual outcomes.
The two-day event will include an expert speaker line-up and valuable field trips, so watch this space for more information!
If you can’t attend in-person, you are welcome to join us online for the presentations live via Zoom. You still need to register, and you will receive the Zoom information closer to the date.
Please note that attendees will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in compliance with current government requirements.
Those attending both days are invited to join us for dinner at the Pavillion from 6.00pm on the evening of 20 April.
Paddock to Reef is supported by the Australian and Queensland governments to help evaluate and report progress towards the Reef 2050 Water Quality Improvement Plan targets through the annual Great Barrier Reef Report cards.
Burnett Mary Regional Group directs investment into a wide range of programs that deliver positive outcomes in ecological diversity, sustainable land management, water quality, cultural heritage values and coastal and marine management.
Covering approximately 56 000km2 of land and 11 000km2 of sea, the Burnett Mary region is internationally renowned for its ecological diversity, extensive primary production, and rich cultural heritage.