Storms bring floods, run-off, erosion and road damage. We can expect more extreme weather events in the future, since our climate appears to be increasingly variable. We can't control the weather, so what can we do here on Tamborine Mountain to make us more resilient in the face of torrential rain?
Meet a top-level expert at our upcoming General Meeting and learn about key design solutions to these problems. Dr James Udy, chief scientist at Healthy Waterways and an adjunct Professor at the University of Queensland, will explain how we can safeguard the health of our mountain's waterways and how landowners can modify the landscape in cost-effective ways to protect it from degradation.
The outcomes are important for us all: they make the most of our important natural assets, and enable our waterways to support people's needs for food, income and recreation.
Do come along, learn and take part in this important discussion.
Meet other Landcare members and learn more about our work.
When: Sunday 3rd June, 9.30 for 10 a.m.
Where: Eagle Heights Resort Hotel Meeting Room (off Reception)