Learning about climate impact
MUNDUBBERA Community Development Association has a series of information sessions planned to discuss the topic “Droughts and Flooding Rains – their impact on the Biodiversity of Cropping and Grazing Lands”.
This topic reflects the recent climatic events in the North Burnett and the impact on the whole of community.
The information sessions will be delivered by Dr Beverly Henry, who presents on topics related to climatic conditions throughout the world.
The topic is particularly relevant following the flooding in the Burnett followed by drought then, in some areas, flooding.
The presentation will focus on the impacts to the cropping and grazing lands and the impact to the economic, physical and emotional health to the whole community.
The information sessions will start in Coalstoun Lakes at Rackemann’s Shed, White Rd at 10am on June 24.
The program will be delivered in Monto RSL on June 24 starting at 6.30pm.
There will be an information session at the Golden Orange, Gayndah, at 6.30pm on June 25.
Also a reminder for country music fans, the Chris Cook Band will be presenting Dustier than Ever – a tribute to the music of Slim Dusty show in Monto, Coalstoun Lakes and Eidsvold on May 24, 25 and 29. For more information, phone the office on 4165 4690.