River Basin Management Society in SEQ

River Basin Management Society in SEQ

3.11.2014 - Posted by Misko Ivezich
Alluvium is very excited to announce that the River Basin Management Society (RBMS) is extending its geographic presence into Queensland.

For those of you not familiar with the organisation, The RBMS is based in Victoria and is a representative body for professionals working with land, water and natural resource management in Australia. Its core role is to recognise, promote and disseminate advances in the natural resource management industry as well as providing independent professional advocacy and comment.

Alluvium has always played a key role to support the RBMS in Victoria and now Misko Ivezich from our Brisbane Office has been leading the establishment of the new Queensland chapter. To launch the new chapter the RBMS will be holding drinks and hosting a screening of the acclaimed movie DamNation on the 6th November at the Ship Inn.

To make the launch a success it would be great to see people from all areas of the integrated catchment management industry to come along for a drink. One of the great things about the RBMS has been that it provides a forum for professionals in all levels of government, academia and private industry to get to together and share ideas. It is hoped that by the establishment of a Queensland chapter we can continue to build a stronger national network of natural resource managers to share ideas and deliver on ground change.

Sediment flowing into Moreton Bay (Source: ABC)

If you’re interested, details of the event can be found here: http://rbms.com.au/rbms-to-launch-in-south-east-queensland/  Hope to see you or your colleagues there.