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Upcoming webinars for local government

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Interested in what we are doing to improve water quality and litter or protect our coastal habitats?

We are hosting a series of webinars for Local Government staff on our Initiatives 1: Improving water quality and reducing litter and 2: Protecting coastal habitats.

Our Improving water quality and reducing litter webinar in October will cover a variety of projects from estuarine water quality monitoring program to restoring oyster reefs, or helping councils become more fish friendly when undertaking works around waterways. See details below.

Our Delivering healthy coastal habitats webinar in November will have updates on everything from restoring coastal wetlands to reconnecting fish habitats.

Come along to meet our project leads from DPE (Department of Planning and Environment) Office and Environment and Heritage, DPE Planning, DPI Fisheries, Local Land Services and learn about these projects and more.

Registrations are essential, please book via the links below and share with your Local Government colleagues.

Initiative 1 Webinar: Improving Water Quality and Reducing Litter

Tue 17 Oct
10am - 12:30 pm

You will hear from a range of NSW Government representatives including those from the Department of Planning and Environment, Fisheries and Local Land Services. Presenters will cover a wide range of topics including, but not limited to:

  • Review of the NSW Water Quality Objectives
  • On ground works to reduce diffuse-source pollution
  • Clean Coastal Catchments research and on ground works
  • Fish friendly workshops for Councils.

Registration for this webinar is essential via this link.

Initiative 2 Webinar: Delivering healthy coastal habitats with sustainable use and development

Tue 21 Nov
10 am - 12:00 pm

Stay tuned for more details and a registration link in the October Newsletter.

Recordings of the webinars will be made available after each event via this newsletter and with all registered participants.

Latest news

Great turnout for our Coastal sustainable development webinar

Over 80 people joined our webinar on November 8th about Initiative 2: Healthy Coastal Habitats and Sustainable Development.


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New NSW Coastal Design Guidelines released

We are pleased to share the finalised NSW Coastal Design Guidelines 2023, following public exhibition from July to September last year.