Lock the Mid North Coast is hosting a free community information and workshop day, to be held on Sunday, July 29 at the Macksville Senior Citizen’s Centre, from 10am to 3pm with registration at 9.30am.
Lock the Mid North Coast is a large group of local residents from Bellingen, Coffs Harbour, Clarence Valley and Nambucca local government areas who have joined together “to prevent destructive mining projects”.
“This is an opportunity to learn more about how coal seam gas and other mining exploration activities may affect rural land owners, the local community and the surrounding environment,” said Glen Schaefer, Lock the Mid North Coast spokesperson.
“We would especially like to encourage rural land owners in the Bellingen, Dorrigo, Nambucca, Kempsey, Coffs, Armidale and Grafton areas to attend,” he said.
“It’s important to hear what other regional communities have been through in the past. It wil lhelp inform land owners about their rights and the process involved. Our special guest speakers have a wealth of knowledge to share with the local community and are travelling some distance to participate,” he said.
Event co-organiser, Nambucca Councillor Paula Flack says: “We aim to galvanise our local community in opposing the threat of coal seam gas and other exploration and mining activities in the Nambucca Valley and beyond”.
Special guest speakers include Annie Kia from ‘CSG Free Northern Rivers’, Ian Gailland from ‘Lock the Gate Northern Rivers’, and Scott Collins from ‘Lock the Gate Alliance’ in Tara, QLD.
Several workshop sessions will be run after lunch which will include ‘How to develop a Community Wide Strategy’ and ‘Planning Events and Getting Involved’.
This event is free to attend. coffee and tea, as well as ‘Lock the Gate’ stickers and signs will be for sale on the day. Please BYO lunch.
For more details go to www.lockthemidnorthcoast苏州美甲美睫培训.au
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