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Inaugural "Nature of Eyre Peninsula" Conference Starts Tomorrow

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Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula (NREP) will host its inaugural conference later this week. Titled “Nature of Eyre Peninsula” the conference will be held in Coffin Bay running through tomorrow and Friday. 

The conference will include presentations from a number of guest speakers, a series of workshops covering topics such as Nature Play, birdwatching and conservation and short field trips to the Coffin Bay National Park and the Thorney Passage Marine Park. 

Guest presenters conformed to take part in the conference include Professor Graham Heinson from the University of Adelaide, Darren Ray from the Bureau of Meteorology and Dr Greg Kerr from Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula. 

The conference program can be found online via its website.

www.natureofep.com.au/

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