This event is supported by the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program delivered by Healthy Land and Water, the Sunshine Coast Council Sustainability Grants delivered by Take Action for Pumicestone Passage (TAPP), and the Moreton Bay Regional Council Community Support Grants delivered by Bribie Island Environment Protection Association.
Many organisations have provided in-kind support, most particularly the University of the Sunshine Coast.
We acknowledge that the Pumicestone Passage and its catchment encompassing the ancestral Glass House Mountains has been nurtured by the Kabi Kabi and Jinibara Peoples for tens of thousands of years, and that the spiritual, cultural and physical consciousness gained through this custodianship is vital to maintaining the future of this region.

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