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Join us on Thursday 9th of November for a hands-on learning opportunity with Vishnu Prahalad from University of Tasmania, one of the leading experts in Saltmarsh ecosystems. This is a rare chance to learn about this threatened habitat and contribute to an important citizen science project. You’ll be able to use your new-found skills to continue monitoring in beautiful locations on Friday 10thof November and future dates if you choose. This is an ongoing seasonal project at the Pittwater saltmarsh in Cambridge in partnership with NRM South and the Hobart Airport. Participants will undertake various monitoring activities as part of a larger 'Saltmarsh Matters Monitoring Program'. The program aims to capture the various plant and animal species as well as the human impacts on the marsh, to help determine the health of the saltmarsh. A great citizen science program to get involved in and an opportunity to learn about saltmarsh ecosystems.
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