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Network Notes

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Network Notes - Page 5 of 14 Courses and Events Theme Based Workshops - NHT Funding and Project Briefs Monday 10 - 14 October 2005 It is hoped these meetings will bring together potential project partners and will provide the opportunity for discussion and clarification. These meetings are open to all, so please forward this information onto anyone who may be interested. Please RSVP to Kath Nash (89993493 or 0427 000 773) by Friday the 7th of October with an indication of which session/s you wish to attend. Location: CSIRO Seminar Room, 564 Vanderlin Drive Berrimah Session Details: Monday 10 October Thursday 13 October Friday 14 October Concurrent Sessions 9-12 9 12 pm Weeding out the Opportunities Weeds and ferals funding who, where, what and how A half day workshop to identify opportunities to fund weed and feral based activities under the NTs INRM Plan. Workshop will also include discussion of opportunities to fund weed projects under the recently opened Defeating the Weed Menace program 9 12 pm Sustainable Enterprises A project brief has been prepared, the Management Action - is to Identify and implement sustainable community based industry development opportunities for remote regions based on natural resources. The workshop will explain the context of the brief and what is required when applying. It is hoped the workshop will bring together interested parties and a discussion of the possible options for progressing. 9 - 12 pm Coastal and Marine Project Planning Identifying and improving awareness of significant marine ecosystems Priority Marine Areas 9 12 pm Coastal and Marine Project Planning Extending Sea and Marine Ranger Programs Planning Indigenous Sea Country Management 1 4 pm Water Details To be advised 1 4 pm Coastal and Marine Project Planning Marine Protected Areas Monitoring Developed Catchments 1 4 pm Coastal and Marine Project Planning Minimising Marine and Coastal Pests For more information call The Coomalie Community Government Council on 89760058 Gamba Grass Information Day Saturday October 15 2005 Bachelor General Store Batchelor

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