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Environmental Monitoring and Photography Workshops

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Wildlife Cameras are rolling out across the Southern Otways as part of our inaugural Spring Monitoring Event. SOLN staff and volunteers have been visiting sites in a variety of Ecological Vegetation Classes to assess vegetation and undertake fauna monitoring. The data we collect will be used to inform management of Landcare plantings to improve their habitat quality. We are still looking for volunteers to help us sort through images so please contact libby.landcare@soln.org if you would like to help out.

On Saturday November the 28th, Alison Pouliot will be delivering a Photopoint Monitoring and Environmental Photography Workshop which will complement our environmental monitoring programme. Alison has visited many times to deliver her outstanding fungi workshops and we look forward to uncovering even more of her expertise. The workshop will focus on:

*Photopoint monitoring to document environmental and cultural change
*In situ environmental photography (technical and artistic)
*Photographing people in the natural environment (great for those of you delivering grants and sponsored projects)
*Processing, managing and tracking your photographic data.
The day will include a hands-on theoretical component and a field trip.
You will need to bring:
*A camera
*Your lunch
*Walking shoes and wet weather gear in case of rain.
Please RSVP to libby.landcare@soln.org. Places are limited.

Saturday November 28 at Marrar Woorn Community House, Pengilley Avenue, Apollo Bay 9.45 am  – 4 pm

Cost is $75 per person.

 

 

 

~ by SOLN on November 5, 2015 .



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