EES Key Findings Webinar
The EES Key Findings Webinar was held on June 25th 2020.
The recorded video of the webinar is found on the page linked below along with a PDF download of all the questions and answers from the Webinar including those that were not answered on the night.
The Fingerboards Mineral Sands Project focuses on a high-grade area of heavy minerals in the Glenaladale deposit, about 20km northwest of Bairnsdale in East Gippsland, Victoria.
The project has the potential to be one of the world’s major producers of zircon, ilmenite, rutile and rare earths – minerals essential to technology, transport, communications and renewable energy.
Kalbar proposes to invest over $200 million in the development of the project, creating 200 direct jobs over the 15-20 year life of the project and creating significant economic benefits for the region.
Grassy woodlands are common features across many agricultural landscapes. They can broadly be identified as areas of open grassy paddocks with scattered large trees. However, while common, almost all are dominated by exotic species including pastures and crops. Very few grassy woodlands dominated by native species remain.