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ALERT TOMORROW: Public forum on reassessing salmon farming in Tas

Australia Institute Tasmania < 1 mins read

The Australia Institute will host a public discussion on reassessing salmon farming in Tasmania.  

WHEN: Saturday, March 02, 2024 at 1:00pm - 2:30pm AEDT

WHERE: Leven Theatre, Ulverstone Civic Centre, 16 Patrick St, Ulverstone, TAS 7315

WHO:

Louise Cherrie, independent environmental consultant and former member of the EPA Board and Marine Farming Review Panel

Fiona Hamilton, trawlwulwuy woman of tebrakunna country, Tasmanian Aboriginal Heritage Officer and businesswoman

Jess Holgersson, Senior Associate, Equity Generation Lawyers

Cass Wright, Spokesperson, NW Tas for Clean Oceans

Peter George, President, Neighbours of Fish Farms

Eloise Carr is the Director of the Australia Institute Tasmania and will MC the event. 


Contact details:

Eloise Carr 0414 704 709 / Georgie Moore 0421 943 293

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