Hands Healing the Land – 19 MARCH 2021

Boodja Moort Kaartidijin


We are pleased to announce our first two keynote speakers: Dr Felicity Bradshaw (Co-author of Two-way Science: An Integrated Learning Program for Aboriginal Desert Schools) and Associate Professor Rachel Standish (Murdoch University).

Kit Prendergast (Bees in the Burbs), Julian Kruger (Emapper), Kate Sputore and Wayne Walters (Perth NRM), Vicky Harhill (City of Cockburn), Stephen Beatty (Harry Butler Institute, Murdoch) Angela Sanders and Tina Parkhurst (Bush Heritage) will be joining us as guest speakers.
Take a look at the full list here.

 

Conference themes

Science and community working together
Learning from the land; a traditional owners perspective and knowledge sharing
Plants and animals; learning from each other to protect our unique flora and fauna
Bringing community together for a common goal

The Conference Papers Committee is pleased to invite presenters to submit their abstracts for short oral presentations and poster presentations to be delivered at the conference. Please click on the button below to contact conference organiser to find out more information about the abstract submission process. Submissions are open now-up to 200 words describing your project and key outcomes.

Submit your information here

Important dates

21st February 2021– Short presentations and posters submissions close
19th March 2021– Conference day


Location

Keiran McNamara Conservation Science Centre
17 Dick Perry Ave, Kensington WA 6151

For more information contact conference organiser

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