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Friday, 23 February 2018 -
9:00am to 1:30pm

Hear from guest presenter John Gooderham. John is best known for co-authoring “The Waterbug Book” with Edward Tsyrlin. He is a freshwater ecologist with a thing for bugs. Recently his enthusiasm has been directed at work in the tropics, spending much of his time in Papua New Guinea, but his first love is still the waterbugs of temperate Australia (the cold bits).

The Agreed Level Taxonomy waterbug workshops are accredited and cover a range of topics including:

  • What are waterbugs (macroinvertebrates)?

  • Exploring different characteristics

  • Learn how to identify waterbugs

  • Learning how to group waterbugs

  • Become an active community volunteer

All participants will receive an accredited certificate of participation

Registration and Costs

As a registered participant at this Waterwatch training event, we will provide you with Agreed Level Taxonomy training, resources, equipment and morning tea at no cost.

Participants are responsible for their own travel.

Places are limited—first in will claim training places; others will be placed on a waiting list.

Please register by Friday 16 February 2018 via Eventbrite

Kerang, Atkinson Park, Murray Valley Highway
Cass Davis on 03 5440 1863 for more information.