This category showcases the groups who have formally joined the Queensland Science Network. Each of the titles below links to an “index page” that provides a brief introduction to the group and a link to their home website. Please visit their home websites for access to the full range of their knowledge materials.
The irreversible damage that mining for coal seam gas can wreak on cropping land through subsidence was a highlight of a scientific paper recently published by four members of The Royal Society of Queensland.
The coal seam gas industry is causing irreversible damage to the landscapes of the Darling Downs, including its highly productive agricultural soils, according to Associate Professor Peter Dart, member of QSN member body The Royal Society of Queensland. Read the press release here. The press release draws upon a scholarly article recently published by the Society.
The Foundation’s Chair Rob Siganto is pleased to invite the public to The Moreton Bay Foundation’s 3rd annual Day on the Bay “long lunch” on Saturday 15th October.
“Held at the picturesque Little Ship Club on the waterfront at One Mile (Dunwich), North Stradbroke Island, Day on the Bay is an opportunity to take time out and appreciate our blue backyard. Classic Moreton Bay cruisers will arrive from Manly for an optional tour of the UQ research centre starting from 11am*. At 12pm, we will convene at the Little Ship Club for a delicious, sustainably sourced seafood lunch by chef Richard Webb and brief but thought-provoking presentations by locals whose lives are touched by the bay.
Throughout the day you will hear of vital research facilitated by The Moreton Bay Foundation during the last year, as well as the exciting activities planned for the year to come. Auctions and activities throughout the day will contribute to ensuring our remarkable Moreton Bay remains healthy and productive forever.
Tickets for Day on the Bay sell out quickly – RSVP today!”
TMBF’s Day on the Bay, 12-4pm, 15 October, Little Ship Club, Dunwich, $250 – Single Ticket, $2500 – Table of 10
To book your ticket, make your payment by direct debit to:
Account Name: The Moreton Bay Foundation
Account No.: 604 156 331
Reference. Day on Bay – SURNAME and send your RSVP to email@example.com
* If you need transportation to One Mile, please let us know in your RSVP as we may be able to assist you.
The latest Newsletter has been issued, with items on flood resilience, a new Marine Social Science Hub, River Cleaner and Tilapia. Click here.
Wildlife Queensland is offering a free will-making service for those who would like to sponsor the vital work that the group tackles.
By partnering with Australia’s top-rated will-writing platform, Gathered Here, Wildlife Queensland is offering its supporters a free will-writing service that easily allows a donor to leave a gift in their will to help protect Australia’s at-risk species.
“Having an up-to-date will is one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family. But it’s also one of the easiest ways to leave a lasting legacy for wildlife. For a limited time (until 30 September 2021), Gathered Here is also offering supporters free and unlimited lifetime updates to their will* – a win for wildlife because ‘where there’s a will there’s a way.’
Write a free wildlife-friendly will in just 10 minutes.
Please contact Wildlife Queensland at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 3844 0129 for further information.
An extensive repository of knowledge about the stewardship of rural lands can be found on the rural policy webpage of The Royal Society of Queensland and the Rangelands Queensland website. See in particular Volume 127 of the Proceedings of The Royal Society of Queensland.
Also see the proceedings of a series of three Stewardship of Country webinars held in February and March 2021 by the Royal Societies of Australia. Some of the papers from that series have been published as Volume 133 (1) of the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria.
The Pastoral Lands Information Hub contains a large archive of relevant material.
The Australian Citizen Science Association (ACSA) was formed to advance citizen science through the sharing of Continue reading