Presentations

Healthy Landcare | Healthy Landscapes

Thank you to everyone who presented at the conference and shared their knowledge, learnings and insights.
Click on the presenter links below to see presentation material.


 

Keynote presentation – Charlie Arnott. Charlie Arnott, winner of the 2018 Bob Hawke Landcare Award. Charlie practices regenerative farming, organic, biodynamic and holistic grazing principles on his 5,000 acre mixed farming property, “Hanaminno”, at Booroowa, NSW.

Alison Osborne (Biodiversity Conservation Trust)The power of the individual in private land conservation.

Andy Myers (Ocean Watch Australia). Innovation in the NSW oyster industry.

John Leys (OEH). How much vegetation in droughts should we have to protect the land from erosion.

Adrian Zammit (Landcare NSW). Growing and developing a state peak body for Landcare NSW.

Hannah Rice-Hayes (North Coast Regional Landcare Network)Landcare on North Coast shakes the volunteer tree.

Simon Molesworth AO QC (Broken Hill Landcare)Greening the Hill Mk 2.

Ingrid Garland (National Waterbug Blitz and Envirocomm Connections). The National Waterbug Blitz.

Megan Rowlatt (Intrepid Landcare). How can Landcare be better seen and heard: The power story of a healthier environment.

Leigh McLaughlin (Landcare NSW). Understanding the political system and knowing how to educate decision makers is a basic skill for Landcare.

Jasmine Whitten. Healthy Soils, Healthy Farms.

Sally Hughes (Corowa District Landcare)Inspiring young landcarers to build healthy landscapes.

Simon Kilbane (Rhizome)Creating a resilient landscape: Green infrastructure through collaborative community approach.

Bev Debrincat (IEWF/Habitat Network). Improving linear corridors.

Fiona Garland (Kangaroo Management Taskforce). A strategic approach to kangaroo management.

Dr Karen Williams (Molonglo Conservation Group). Building resilience for Landcare and our landscapes in the face of an uncertain future.

Ben Larson (Weedtechnics). Saturated stream and other weed control technologies and their role in healthy, holistic and effective Landcare Programs.

Susan Orgill (NSW DPI)Grow more biomass, store more carbon.

Sarah Connelly (Inland Rail)