Noosa Parks Association is proud to host the Friday Environment Forum
The Friday Environment Forum is a public information exchange, provided by guest speakers, covering a range of current conservation and environmental issues. The Friday Environment Forum is held at the Environment Center at Wallace Park, Noosaville (see map below).
We enjoyed our wonderful speakers in 2018 and here are a few highlights:
The use of community land has become a hot topic, and Mayor Tony Wellington explained Council’s approach to this vexed issue on March 9.
Martin Fingland of Geckoes Wildlife presented “Weird and Wonderful Wildlife”. This special ‘school holidays’ forum was designed to give children and their parents a hands on experience with some common and not so common Australian animals in April 2018
Tony Groom spoke about the risks of Ecotourism in National Parks on May 4. A topic that is sure to be discussed again in 2019.
Ken Wishaw outlined how we can have quality lighting and simultaneously reduce the harmful effects on our environment in August 2018
October and November 2018
The rainforest at Wanggoolba Creek, K’gari, featured in two forums in 2018, in October and November
We hoped everyone enjoyed the wonderful presentations at Friday Environment Forum this year. Please come along to the Noosa Parks Association Environment Centre, at 5 Wallace Drive Noosaville, on Friday mornings in 2019 to learn more about our extraordinary environment. Everyone is welcome.
Forums re-start on Feb 1, 2019