Interpretive sign on the foreshore. Note the many contributing agencies and groups.

The Friends of Gulf St Vincent organise a Community Forum once or twice a year – this is our main activity. We try to hold these meetings in different parts of the gulf, particularly if there is a local matter in focus.

We keep an eye on current and emerging issues in the gulf and support communities and individuals to advocate for gulf protection, and regularly write letters or submissions.

We contribute to Community Arts and Education projects via local government, South Australian Living Artists (SALA) week, or organisations such as the Marine Discovery Centre.

In 2011 the FoGSV received funding from the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management Board for the Secchi Water Quality Monitoring Project.

 

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