Rounding off a great year, with the second annual NGT staff workshop

Rounding off a great year, with the second annual NGT staff workshop

On Thursday and Friday last week, we brought the NGT team together at the Cape Bridgewater Coastal Camp for a chance to review the year that has been, share highlights from each other’s work, and to look to the future for what might come next.

We covered a lot of ground, and it is hard to sum it all up in a few words, but to give you a taste – below is a brief overview of the staff presentations section of the workshop.

and finally:

  • Adam blew us away with a lesson in conservation genetics and how his work has helped with applied management of threatened species. Projects he touched on included the Glenelg Spiny Crayfish and our current project looking at Brolga genetics.

When you consider that this is just a fraction of what each person does, I think we were all feeling a little amazed and proud at the breath of work and the positive impact our small NGO is having on conservation in south-eastern Australia!

To close out for the year, on behalf of everyone at NGT, thanks for another fantastic year of working with us!

Have a very Merry Christmas, and we look forward to working with you in 2016…

Staff and Committee members on Day 2 of the second annual NGT workshop:
Back: Lachie, Jono, Rose, Cath, Nick, Yvonne, Melissa.
Front: Bryan, Craig, Adam, Mark, Lauren V, Jess.



Mark Bachmann