SCEC Member Lunch

SCEC Member Lunch

The SCEC Management Committee cordially invites its member to the SCEC Member Lunch on the 24th of April celebrating our 34th birthday.

Our new patron Emeritus Professor Ian Lowe will be inaugurated at the event.

Photo of the day

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An amazing early morning colour and light show looking towards noosa from the north shore.

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Welcome to the Sunshine Coast Environment Council, the peak environmental advocacy group on the Sunshine Coast. SCEC represents over 40 community groups working on environmental protection, conservation, natural resource management and sustainability.

 

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    Join the event on facebook.

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Hands off Halls Creek