Monday January 27
Topic: The Moreton Bay Foundation
Guest Speakers: From the newly formed, The Moreton Bay Foundation (TMBF)
TMBF has identified, “The Bay is often under-represented and forgotten when it comes to considering the impacts of decisions made on the land.” The TMBF is the new voice for Moreton Bay bringing together key stakeholders, organisations and researchers to better understand, articulate, and advocate for the future of The Bay.
We look forward to seeing you take on the challenges of protecting Bribie’s Fauna and Flora Sanctuary and embracing The Moreton Bay Foundation’s vision for the whole of Moreton Bay, while recognising Bribie Island is the Jewel in Moreton Bay!!!
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.
Monday, September 23
Guest Speaker: Emma Carter, Policy Officer at Biosecurity Queensland
Our Guest Speaker will talk about the different aspects of biosecurity managed by Government and what action locals can take to play their part.
Poster attached for your information, in WORD and PDF.
POSTER General Mtg 23 Sept 2019 BIEPA-PDF
Monday August 26
Guest Speaker: Fiona Cameron-McGill
* the Booin Gari Festival at Noosa on 10th September in Lions Park Noosaville ( https://www.noosafm.org/2019-
* Fiona will be giving a talk at the Pine Rivers Museum on Aboriginal Culture generally, across Australia ( https://www.moretonbay.qld.
* Sunshine Coast Reconciliation Group; has a seminar in Maleny “Meet the Indigenous Elders” on 25th Sept (flyer attached).
* and Fiona, together with Norman Lopez, will be talking to the Bribie Historical Society meeting on 9th October on Dundali and Indigenous Law.