Geoff Sainty wins Annual NSW Coastal Management Awards

Geoff Sainty wins Annual NSW Coastal Management Awards

The NSW Coastal Conference has been held annually for the past 20 years and has grown to become one of the most successful coastal industry events held in Australia. The conference attracts between 250 – 300 delegates – who are interested in or working within the field of coastal and estuary management research, education and service provision and policy; – as well as representatives from government, user groups and community volunteer organisations.

The Annual NSW Coastal Management Awards are presented to publicly recognise and acknowledge the contributions of individuals, groups, organisations and agencies toward the ecologically sustainable management of the NSW coastal zone, which Geoff is very deserving of.

Geoff’s new hardcover book, “Estuary Plants and What’s Happening to Them in South-East Australia” has 652 pages of information on estuary plants in south east Australia. It gives species information on seagrasses, algae, low saltmarsh and high saltmarsh plants as well as fringing and brackish plants. Plus there are 23 sections written by specialists on management, monitoring, rehabilitation, case histories, catchment, midges, birds, fish and mosquitoes.

To order his book, please email me at

About Geraldene

I'm passionate about People and their Connection to the Natural World. To supporting projects and ideas that result in Earth Care and harmony. I'm very interested in Indigenous Wisdoms. I'm a mum of two lovely kids, daughter and friend. I love travelling and meeting people. I am keen on being responsible and creating the world around me.
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