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In 2009 the Friends of Gulf St Vincent produced a 24 page booklet – “Gulf St Vincent, a precious asset“.

The booklet provides an excellent overview of the gulf’s history, current uses and threats to its health. Please contact us if you would like a copy, or download it from the link above.

Accolades for our booklet

“a brilliant publication … I must congratulate your group not only on the quality of the content but also the presentation. It is a publication that “does you proud” whilst at the same time being a useful advocacy tool with respect to the need for proper stewardship of the gulf.”

David Mitchell, President, Friends of Parks Inc

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“The document ‘Gulf St Vincent – a precious asset’ is thorough, engaging and it provides important historical messages.”

Matt Cattanach, NRM Education Co-ordinator

 

 

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In 2007 a book was produced by the Royal Society of South Australia – “Natural History Of Gulf St Vincent“.

Edited by S.A. Shepherd, S. Bryars, I. Kirkegaard, P. Harbison and J.T. Jennings. Published by the Royal Society of South Australia.

For enquiries or to order your copy, contact the Honorary Treasurer, Royal Society of South Australia Inc. via email roysocsa@gmail.com or c/- the South Australian Museum, North Terrace, Adelaide 5000.

Below you can read part of a review by Graham Edgar:

“The scale of this edited volume is highly impressive; 496 pages covering close to all you would want to know about Gulf St Vincent and the Adelaide marine environment, and more.

The 38 chapters encompass a diverse range of topics that include geological history, sediments, physical oceanography, remote sensing, and the ecology of, and threats to, all major habitat types?saltmarsh, mangrove, plankton, subtidal reefs, intertidal shores, seagrasses, jetty piles, soft sediments, estuaries.

Nine chapters are focused on important fishery species, while others discuss threatened and introduced species. In terms of comprehensiveness for regional coastal environments, only reports associated with Port Phillip Bay and Moreton Bay come close.”

Click here to read more of this review

 We were honoured to be Awarded on Sunday 18th November 2018 Friends of Gulf St Vincent (FoGSV) were recognised for “15 years of dedication to conservation at Gulf St Vincent” Volunteer Celebration event at Urrbrae Wetlands, hosted by Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges We (FoGSV) were presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for 15 years of service (in our current name) Many thanks to all involved over the years! And we look forward to many more years with great people helping us protect our Gulf . . . . . . . . #coastalambassador #coastal #volunteer #makeadifference #ocean #sea #beach #planet #environment #environmental #training #learn #amlr #free #southaustralia #coastline #mentor #discover #adventure #newfriends #educate #award #nextchapter
 Follow the link below to Register your Expression of Interest to become a Coastal Ambassador for 2019. There are only 20 positions available, numbers are limited, so get in quick! Closes 5pm Friday 30 November 2018 https://www.naturalresources.sa.gov.au/adelaidemtloftyranges/get-involved/volunteering/volunteer-opportunities/become-a-coastal-ambassador . . . . . . . #coastalambassador #coastal #volunteer #makeadifference #ocean #sea #beach #planet #environment #environmental #training #learn #amlr #free #southaustralia #coastline #mentor #discover #adventure #newfriends #educate
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