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Tuesday, June 9 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

In 2020 we have been inspired by the scale of collaboration and coordination we have seen in Australia to protect our most vulnerable communities, ecosystems and economies.

In Tasmania, River Basin Management Society (RBMS) members have identified a very timely and important opportunity to discuss and influence integrated catchment and waterway management in the context of the State’s Rural Water Use Strategy.

We invite you and your peers to join an initial lunchtime discussion focused on the Rural Water Use Strategy position paper, which has been prepared by the Tasmanian Government for public comment.

Please register via Eventbrite. We hope you can make it!


Zoom Video Meeting hosted by the River Basin Management Society

Welcome by Myles Coker, President of the RBMS followed by a facilitated discussion with Rachel Brown, Member of the RBMS in Tasmania.

(Zoom details to be provided closer to the date to those registered)

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Date: June 9

Time: 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

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Organiser: River Basin Management Society


What an incredible occasion to bring together people from different places and perspectives with a shared caring for country and our catchments in Australia.

At the RBMS Awards Gala our community comes together in recognition of the outstanding contributions that have been made to waterways and catchment management in Australia.

Learn more about the RBMS Awards here

Australian Stream Management Conference

The Australian Stream Management (ASM) Conference is an opportunity to share knowledge and learning in stream and integrated catchment management. It provides a collaborative forum for discussion and debate on new and emerging issues, practical challenges encountered, experimental research findings, emerging trends and recent innovations.

Learn more about the ASM Conference here

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