Check out what's on across South Australia related to environment and sustainability. This calendar includes events hosted by Conservation SA, our member groups, and the wider community. You can submit an event by clicking 'Create and event'.

What's Coming Up Next At Conservation SA

Conservation SA Events

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Thu, Aug 3

Rewilding the Sea: Shellfish Reef Restoration

Hosted by Alex Gaut

Recent research using historical records concluded that native oyster reefs were a characteristic feature of substantial areas along the South Australian coastline but were eradicated by the middle of the 20th Century.

The State Government has partnered with The Nature Conservancy, a non-for-profit conservation organisation and international leaders in shellfish restoration, to deliver the Yorke Peninsula Shellfish Reef project, which is the first reef restoration project in South Australia and the largest outside the United States.

Our forum will provide explanation and discussion on the project, its rationale, implementation and the benefits that might be expected. There will be short presentations by The Nature Conservancy and PIRSA Fisheries followed by expert panel Q&A and then informal discussion over drinks and nibbles.

Community Events

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Please allow up to three days for approval.

Sat, Aug 5

Community Quiz Night

Hosted by Kristina Barnett

Come along to  Prospect Local Environment Group’s Community Quiz Night.

A fundraiser to assist with our activities including Prospect Eco Market

Grab friends to form a team or come on your own!
Join other members of the community for a night of fun and prizes.

Bookings by 1 August 2017 on -go to Quiz Night page. Provide contact details and number of people attending.

$10 each (Pay cash at the door). 

Bring your own snacks and soft drinks. NO BYO alcohol.
(RSL has a cash bar with reasonable prices for alcoholic drinks & soft drinks).
Tea, coffee and cake available.



Sat, Aug 12


Hosted by Catherine McMahon

How can our aquatic habitats be more healthy and self-sustaining, and provide expanded habitat for fish and other species?
How can recreational fishers restore habitat and enhance recreational fishing and other water based activities?

Hear from Craig Copeland who has led ground-breaking work in fish passage restoration, wetland rehabilitation, floodgate and acid sulphate soil management and river resnagging.

Craig is the founder of OzFish Unlimited which supports recreational fishers to protect and restore their local fish habitats. Craig won a Churchill Fellowship in 2012 to investigate the motivation of recreational fishers in the US, UK and Ireland to restore fish habitat.

The Estuary Care Foundation SA, which focuses on the restoration and conservation of the Port River and Barker Inlet Estuary, is organising this Science Week event in conjunction with OzFish Unlimited and with the support of a National Science Week SA Community Grant.


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