CLLMM Science Forum 2024

The Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth (CLLMM) Research Centre would like to give a huge thank you to all the volunteers and community who attended and supported our inaugural Science Forum. The sessions were designed to foster community involvement, with a range of sessions catering to all age groups.

We had two fantastic interactive morning sessions for children looking at wildlife and environment through the lens of Ngarrindjeri culture. The story telling and Welcome to Country by song were particularly magical moments.

During the afternoon and evening sessions we had two in-depth discussions with researchers and the community including our first ever scientist ‘speed dating’ session, the questions from the audience showed what an informed and educated community we have in the region.

This event could not have been successful without the support of our community volunteers who have been essential in delivering the Research Centre’s education and community events.

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