Boodja Moort Kaardijin
During this one-day Community Science Conference organised by Rehabilitating Roe 8, Perth NRM, SERCUL and the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, speakers from all walks of ecological restoration, natural resource management and environmental education came together and shared their real-life experiences and knowledge with over 100 attendees, giving people a chance to learn, connect and build community.
Land care practitioners, scientists and volunteers discussed how they are making a difference in caring for our unique flora and fauna, learn from traditional owners and build community.
Missed the event or want to (re)watch any of the presentations?
You can stream video recordings of all presentations here, where you can also find speaker abstracts and live illustrations which Craig from CAM graphics created. A full list of the speakers’ biographies is also available.
Felicity Bradshaw (CSIRO), Associate Professor Rachel Standish (Murdoch University), Oral McGuire (Gundi Consulting), Kit Prendergast (Bees in the burbs), Narelle Mewburn (Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group), Julian Kruger (Emapper), Merryn Pryor (BirdLife ), Vicky Hartill (City of Cockburn), Dr Jane Chambers (Murdoch University), Tom Mansfield (PhD Student Murdoch University), Ali Babbington (PhD Student Murdoch University), Stephen Beatty (Murdoch University), Stephen Szydlowski (Friends of Jirdarup Bushland / Town of Victoria Park), Dr Ben Miller and Russell Miller (DBCA), Kate Sputore and Wayne Walters (Perth NRM), Adie Chapman and Liz Kington (Activate the Wheatbelt)
For more information contact conference organiser