Central West Catchment Management Authority and the Biodiversity Conservation Science Section of the Department of Climate Change, Conservation and Water is hosting what looks to be a great conference focusing on better understanding our natural systems – the plants, animals and ecosystems that we need for healthy and resilient landscapes. The Reading the Landscape Biodiversity Conference gives you an opportunity to better understand how to manage and improve your Catchment’s resilience, by sharing knowledge on relevant ecological research and landholder experience, as well as profiling success stories.
Land managers, agency staff, researchers and the wider community are invited to Dubbo’s Taronga Western Plains Zoo from 11 to 13 October 2011 to:
- better understand what ‘biodiversity’ means and why it is important to sustainability
- talk to researchers, experts and practitioners who are managing our local fauna and flora
- learn about the science, information and resources that can support on-ground work in landscape management
- see best practice for conserving and enhancing our threatened native wildlife
- network and indian generic levitra meet other people who are committed to making a difference.
Angus Emmott. Bridging the divide – creating policy that has relevance in the real world.
Rod Fensham. Through the lens of the explorers – Interpreting landscape change with the historical record.
John Shipp, Mick Kelly & Mal Ridges. Adding a little magic – Aboriginal NRM investment that looks to the future.
For more information and to register follow this link.