Samphire identification workshop

30 November 2017

10 am - 1 pm 

This is a hands on workshop designed to learn more about Samphire plants and their special place in landscapes. Microscopes and dissecting tools will be used to closely examine plant structure and to assist with telling each plant apart. This workshop will help with identifying Samphire plants in the field and special places such as Sellicks Washpool.

Who should attend?
Experts and practitioners who work in a coastal management role and community groups, students and other individuals who wish to learn more and / or actively manage and care for our coasts.

Presenter: Peri Coleman
Owner and operator of Delta Environmental Consulting Peri Coleman has 40 years’ experience in salt marsh, salt lake and salt field ecology. Peri is also part of the international society for salt lake research and studies lakes all over the world. Other work includes water sampling in estuaries, flora surveys in salt marshes and macro invertebrate studies.

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Get in quick – spaces are limited!
This is a free workshop with light refreshments provided.
Please RSVP to Linda Durham, Seascapes Liaison Officer, Linda.Durham@sa.gov.au / 8273 9164

These workshops are proudly funded by the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board’s NRM levy.


Sellicks Community Hall
William Eatts Reserve
Riviera Rd, Sellicks Beach

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