Looking back on 2023, it has been a significant and challenging year for the Upper Hunter, particularly the Singleton community. It has been humbling and inspiring to see how the community has come together to support and care for each other.
During 2023, the Dialogue has maintained our ongoing focus on environmental monitoring and reporting projects and reviewed our stakeholder engagement and communications to ensure we remain responsive to the needs of the community.
Our school mine tours program rolled out again across the Upper Hunter and a highlight of 2023 was a highly successful Pasture Restoration Field Day in October. We finished the year by farewelling our long term Chair, Sarah Withell and welcoming new Chair, John Watson.
2024 is shaping up as another very busy and productive year for the Dialogue, and we wish you all a safe and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year over the holiday period.
‘The Dialogue’ newsletter provides an opportunity for you to read up on the latest news and activities. Please click on the image below or the following link to access the latest ‘new look’ newsletter: Summer 2023/2024 ‘The Dialogue’ Newsletter.
In this edition, you will find out more information about:
- The Dialogue’s recent Pasture Restoration Field Day;
- A summary of new Upper Hunter Air Quality Monitoring Network Data Analysis;
- Updated annual results for our Water Use and Rehabilitation Progress reporting projects;
- A summary of the 2023 School Mine Tours Program; and
- A new Chair for the Dialogue.
Click the cover image below or following link to download and read more about the Dialogue’s recent activities and projects: