Vale Brian Hallinan

The Founder and Patron of SOWN Brian Hallinan has died. SOWN President John Abbott writes "Cr Steve Toomey rang me late this afternoon [Wednesday 3 November] to let us know that Brian Hallinan passed away last night. He did not wake this morning and died...

SOWN eNews November 2021

IN NOVEMBER ISSUE Catchment Plan released Every Pocket of Rainforest Matters Ecology and Catchments in a Changing Climate Annual General Meeting 4 pm 4 December OUT NOW FROM THIS LINK

SOWN Finalises Catchment Plan

‘There is nothing as practical as a good plan,’ says Save Our Waterways Now (SOWN) President and urban planner John Abbott. ‘Thinking about where you are, where you want to be and how you are going to get there is always good practice for an organisation,’...

Every Pocket of Rainforest Matters

Rainforest covers only three per cent of the area of Australia but it provides habitat to 50 per cent of species in Australia according to Dr Carla Catterall, Emeritus Professor of Environmental Sciences at Griffith University. Along with Dr Sandy Pollock,...

Working together for threatened species

“Working together with groups like SOWN will be key to help our threatened species,” said Dr John Hodgon at a recent talk for Save Our Waterways Now (SOWN). Dr Hodgon presented the new threatened species program launched by the Department of Environment and Science...

This Week by the Creek

This Week by the Creek is an eNewsletter from our partners at the Brisbane City Council Creek Catchments Program. It contains information and updates about creek activities and events across Brisbane, training opportunities and grants that are available....

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