National Science Week Citizen Science showcase event
25 August 2020
The Science and Citizens of the Coorong
When: Tues 25 August 2020 | Time: 7 pm-8 pm | Where: online | Cost: free
More info: email@example.com.
Bookings: can be made via Eventbrite.
We’d love you to join us for a short film about the Coorong and the scientists and citizens helping to return it to a healthy system for all to enjoy. The Coorong is a unique environment that forms part of the Coorong and Lakes Alexandrina and Albert Wetland, a Ramsar wetland of international importance. Work to restore a healthy Coorong needs to be based on the latest science, as well as the experience and knowledge of Traditional Owners and the local community. For National Science Week 2020 the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board and the South Australian Government’s Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin Program are pleased to present:
• a short film: The Science and Citizens of the Coorong to be released 22 August 2020
• an online Question & Answer (Q&A) session with scientific researchers and other interesting people of the Coorong on 25 August 2020 at 7 pm.
By registering your details we will be able to send you a link to view the video as soon as it is released and a link and information on how to join us for the on-line meet the scientists and citizens of the Coorong Q&A session.
Event supported by the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board, the South Australian Government’s Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin Program and a National Science Week SA Community Grant.
We will also announce the recipients of the 2020 Citizen Science Awards for Outstanding Achievement during the Q&A Session.
There are a range of other interesting National Science Week events including;
A potted history of koalas
Dropbears, drowsiness and diminishing species. In this livestreamed, online interactive event, explore the ups and downs of our own Aussie icon, the koala. Join Professor Chris Daniels from the International Koala Centre of Excellence and Dr Debbie Devis as we ask hard questions about a soft animal.
When: 6 August 2020 | Time: 7 pm | Where: online | Cost: free
Register: via Eventbrite.
Visit the website to view the full SA National Science Week Program.