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Increased use of fertilisers, etc. with increased development on Bribie hazardous to the health of our waterwaysby BIEPA November 1, 2019 algal bloom Bellara trichodesmium Woorim Beach
Important information received from Dr Ben Diggles – Restore Pumicestone Passage.org.
Algal Bloom on Woorim Beach
Download the Report…Bellara trichodesmium
Dear BIEPA Members, Affiliates and Friends
We thought you would enjoy this feedback from BIEPA member, Anne Bradley, on a wonderful day out birding with Birds Queensland.
Anne also regaled the attendees at Monday night’s BIEPA meeting.
Just click on the heading below and you will see some of Anne’s wonderful photos.
from BIEPA Management Committee.
Monday, October 28, 2019
Topic: Drought and water supply plans and conservation
Guest Speaker: SEQ Water
We are in a time of drought – AGAIN – and we need to revisit how SE Queensland’s limited water supply is going to continue “supplying”.
Do you think we need to re-introduce legislation that all new housing developments should be required to have tanks to capture rain when it falls on roofs??
Can we continue with Bribie Island residents using bores into our freshwater aquifers to maintain our gardens? With continued population growth on Bribie Island, is this sustainable?
Attached is the Poster for this month’s’ meeting.