Save the Date: Tidal Treasures Saltmarsh Tour + Discussion

by Brighton Council
Saltmarsh flora

In partnership with the Derwent Estuary Program and University of Tasmania, Brighton Council will host a free Tidal Treasures community event. Guest speaker, Dr Vushny Prahald from the University of Tasmania, will chat about why our salt marshes are so important in our environment and how we can protect them and the inhabitants. Dr Prahalad will also discuss why he wants saltmarsh environments to be appreciated as much as Tasmania’s forests and beaches and lead a saltmarsh tour where new informative signage will be unveiled. Light refreshments will be provided.

When: Saturday 19 February 12pm-2pm

Where: Old Beach Foreshore Trail (meeting point carpark at Jetty Road)

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Save the Date: Tidal Treasures Saltmarsh Tour + Discussion
Save the Date: Tidal Treasures Saltmarsh Tour + Discussion
Save the Date: Tidal Treasures Saltmarsh Tour + Discussion
Save the Date: Tidal Treasures Saltmarsh Tour + Discussion
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Save the Date: Tidal Treasures Saltmarsh Tour + Discussion
Save the Date: Tidal Treasures Saltmarsh Tour + Discussion
Save the Date: Tidal Treasures Saltmarsh Tour + Discussion
Save the Date: Tidal Treasures Saltmarsh Tour + Discussion
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