October 2019

Koala Food Tree Identification Training Session

Clarence Valley Council and Jeff Thomas


Welcomes you to the KOALA FOOD TREE IDENTIFICATION TRAINING SESSION


14th October 2019 at the Environmental Learning Facility, NSW



Clarence Valley Council (CVC): CVC has a designated Project Officer, Dr Caragh Heenan, engaging the local community in koala conservation through a range of workshops, educational resources and the management of a citizen science based online koala register.


Jeff Thomas: Jeff Thomas started his working career at Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney undertaking vegetation surveys, plant identification and herbarium collection maintenance. He worked as a Ranger, Project Officer and Pest Officer for 30 years with the National Parks and Wildlife Service NSW. Through these positions and other secondments, he conducted botanical surveys, undertook vegetation monitoring programs and environmental assessments, and native plant and weed identification assessments. In addition, Jeff discovered Banyabba Shiny Gum (Eucalyptus pachycalyx ssp banyabbensis) in 1995.

15 June 2019

SAT-Survey and KFT Identification Training Session

Clarence Valley Council and Biolink


Welcomes you to the SAT-SURVEY & KFT IDENTIFICATION TRAINING SESSION


Saturday 15th June 2019, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM at the Environmental Learning Facility and Shannon Creek Dam, NSW



Biolink Ecological Consultants: Dr Stephen Phillips is the Managing Director of Biolink, wildlife ecologist and former university lecturer with nearly 40 years of experience in natural area management. Amongst other things Stephen is an acknowledged authority on the ecology, conservation and management of koalas. Biolink have assisted CVC by conducting koala surveys of the southern Clarence ARKS.


Clarence Valley Council (CVC): CVC has a designated Project Officer, Dr Caragh Heenan, engaging the local community in koala conservation through a range of workshops, educational resources and the management of a citizen science based online koala register.

06 April 2019

Koalas and Wild Dog Management Information Session - Dundurrabin

Clarence Valley Council and North Coast Local Land Services


Welcomes you to the KOALAS & WILD DOG MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SESSION


Saturday 6th April 2019, 9.30 - 11:00 AM at Dundurrabin Community Centre, Bridge Street, Dundurrabin NSW


Please RSVP by COB Wednesday 3rd April 2019 via RSVPify at http://cvckoalas1904.rsvpify.com or contact Caragh Heenan (Project Officer NRM) from the Clarence Valley Council Natural Resource Management team via email at
Caragh.Heenan@clarence.nsw.gov.au or phone 0436 639 520 or (02) 6641 7357.



Clarence Valley Council (CVC): CVC has a designated Project Officer, Dr Caragh Heenan, engaging the local community
in koala conservation. Learn about the current threats to koalas as well as the new Koala Register, where you can record your sightings to help improve management of this iconic species.



North Coast Local Land Services (LLS): LLS works with all stakeholders to increase their capacity and capability to manage pest animals that are causing or likely to cause impacts on their land. Learn about the impacts of pest animals and subsequent control in a presentation by Amy Hockings, Biosecurity Officer LLS.

19 November 2018

Koalas and Wild Dog Management Information Session - Seelands

Clarence Valley Council and North Coast Local Land Services


Welcomes you to the KOALAS & WILD DOG MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SESSION


Saturday 19th November 2018, 2:00 - 3:00 PM at Seelands Hall, Seelands NSW



Clarence Valley Council (CVC): CVC has a designated Project Officer, Dr Caragh Heenan, engaging the local community in koala conservation. Learn about the current threats to koalas as well as the new Koala Register, where you can record your sightings to help improve management of this iconic species.



North Coast Local Land Services (LLS): LLS works with all stakeholders to increase their capacity and capability to manage pest animals that are causing or likely to cause impacts on their land. Learn about the impacts of pest animals and subsequent control in a presentation by Tiffany Felton, Biosecurity Officer LLS.

03 November 2018

Koala Register Launch

Join Clarence Valley Council and Vickii Lett from WIRES to learn about our koalas. Discover the current threats to koalas and how you can help WIRES rescue sick, injured or orphaned koalas. Learn how to register your koala sightings and help us conserve this iconic species. You can also nominate a koala release site – find out how.


Event 1:


Clarence Valley Council Koala Register Launch: Waterview Heights


Saturday 3rd of November 2018 from 10:30 am to 11:30 am


Caramana Park - 50 Rogan Bridge Rd, Waterview Heights NSW



Event 2:


Clarence Valley Council Koala Register Launch: Woombah


Saturday 3rd of November 2018 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm


Woombah Public Reserve - 40 Middle St, Woombah NSW



For more information, please contact Caragh Heenan (Project Officer NRM) from the Clarence Valley Council Natural Resource Management team:
Caragh.Heenan@clarence.nsw.gov.au or (02) 6641 7357