Slopes to Summit

1 JANUARY 2003

The Institute of Land, Water and Society (ILWS)  at Charles Sturt University (CSU) is a sponsor of the ‘Slopes to Summit’ Farm and Environmental Open Day on Sunday 23 May at Woomargama in southern NSW. Organised by the Nature Conservation Trust of NSW and Holbrook Landcare, the day will celebrate the International Day of Biodiversity with a range of free talks, tours and activities for landowners, families and people interested in their environment. ILWS member Dr Andrea Crampton from the School of Biomedical Sciences at CSU in Wagga Wagga will have a display and information stand on ‘Rural Drinking Water: Risks, practices and prevention’ while ILWS Associate Professor David Watson from the School of Environmental Sciences at CSU in Albury-Wodonga will talk about mistletoe and lead a tour of the restoration trials at a Woomargama property. Dean of the Faculty of Science at CSU, Professor Nick Klomp will talk on ‘Quirky science; be amused not alarmed’ and PhD student Mr Ian Cole will talk on ‘Getting to know native grasses.’

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