Proposed Seaweed Farm – Bribie Island

The Bribie Islander


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Dear Editor,

As you may be aware there has been a proposal submitted to government to approve a seaweed farm off the foreshore at Sandstone Point and Godwin Beach.

A group of residents have organised an information evening as it appears there has been no public consultation. At this meeting the Australian Seaweed Institute will give a presentation regarding this proposal. There will then be a question and answer session so the community can have a better understanding of the impact this proposal will have on the Bay and the local community.

I would like to invite residents who are interested in learning more about this proposal to attend the meeting on Wednesday 16th of October at the Sandstone Point Community Complex, Bestmann Road E. at 7:30 p.m.

Joanna Horsley

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