“Collaborations like Three Rivers – One Estuary allow for a big vision and great success as we tap into the strengths of individual initiatives and create synergy for an even greater purpose.”
“Our hope is that other environmental and land management groups, governments at all levels, and the broader community continue to get behind these three highly-respected environmental organisations and initiatives. There are plenty of opportunities for us all to roll up our sleeves and help make an even bigger difference together.”
The Nature Conservancy Australia, Marine Manager, Dr Chris Gillies said “Our local and international experts will work with the community to discuss the latest restoration methods for improving fisheries, reducing nutrient runoff and protecting shorelines against sea level rise and flooding.”
PHCC Chairman, Andy Gulliver said there will be opportunities for local communities to participate in on-ground works to improve the health of the Serpentine River.
Alcoa has been in a continuous partnership with Greening Australia for 35 years.