Coming Event – Turbulence Reduction Infrastructure Management

If you are interested in what the government has been doing at the coast and why it has not been working, then come along to this free event and have your say (Q&A) on how we can start thinking now about how to future proof our coastline. Mark is a coastal and marine scientist with 30 years experience living and learning in Adelaide at Henley Beach and West Beach and a social planner, who is currently studying civil and environmental engineering at Adelaide University. He brings a cutting edge solution to an age-old problem. “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you always got.”

Register to attend via the link below.

The Friends of Gulf St Vincent (FoGSV) is a community group that is concerned about the protection and conservation of this wonderful, unique body of water and its biodiversity.

Membership is open to everyone. We organise events about issues related to clean beaches, clean water, healthy seagrass meadows and reefs, as well as the plants and animals that can be found here.

Want to be involved in monitoring our water quality?  The Friends of Gulf St Vincent, in collaboration with the Adelaide and Mount Lofty NRM Board, have a project up and running now, to monitor water quality using Secchi discs.

Click here to read more about the Secchi Project and to get involved.

The Friends of Gulf St Vincent are grateful for the support of Members, other community groups and many individuals from local and state government departments who provide support and advice.

In particular, we wish to acknowledge Alan Goldsmith (Knights and Bytes) who manages the Secchi database.


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