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Project update

Over the past month the project team has been continuing to engage with a range of conservation groups regarding the ecological and heritage values of the site.  This included a half-day workshop on 27 June with several member groups of the Conservation Council, including representatives from Friends of Grasslands, Ginninderra Catchment Group, Mt Rogers Landcare Group, the Canberra Ornithological Group, as well as the Biodiversity Working Group within the Conservation Council. 

This month, we have also made plans to continue our conversation with the broader community about the Ginninderra Project. As part of our ongoing engagement activities we will be holding neighbourhood drop-in sessions in Evatt and Gold Creek to provide community members with an opportunity to receive an update on the project and to ask any questions about plans for the site. 
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Site tour leads the conservation 

Conservation was front and centre as members and experts from ACT environmental groups visited nine key sites across CSIRO’s Ginninderra Property on 6 June.

CSIRO researchers and expert consultants explained the findings of ecological surveys and their interpretation of key environmental features on the site, while also seeking initial advice and ideas from participants who included members from the Conservation Council ACT Region and its Biodiversity Working Group, Friends of Grasslands and the Ginninderra Catchment Group.
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Ginninderra Field Station Gallery

The Ginninderra Research Experiment Station was established in 1958 as a site for agricultural research. Get to know the site though our extensive gallery.
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