Lectures

We have a Rural Event in December to celebrate the Regent Honeyeater Project 20th Anniversary – stay tuned for more details.

Lectures

2014 – Collaborating with landholders as the key to environmental success and Launch of the film “Rediscovering the Country – a film journey into landscape restoration”. Guest speaker Ray Thomas, The Regent Honeyeater Project. Expert panel – Ray Thomas, Geoff Park, Victoria Mack, Kamel Melvani.

2010 – Panel: What would be the one thing you would do if you had the power to save the planet for as many species as possible? Speakers:  Michael Cathcart (Panel Moderator), Rachel Webster, Michelle Casanova, Darryl Argall, Sean Dooley, Cathy Oke

2009 – Taking the long view: vision and transformation in an age of change.  Speakers: Leon Costermans, John Wiseman, Robyn Edwards

2008 – Who Pays? Who should pay for large scale landscape restoration on farm land in south-east Australia? Speakers: Andrew Campbell, Christine Forster, Robert Richardson

2007 – Creating Landscape Resilience for the Long Haul.  Speakers: Keith Bradby, Andrew Bennett, Ted LeFroy

2006 – Can we prevent large scale disaster fires in one of the most fire-prone landscapes in the world? Speakers:  Richard Loyn, Gordon Friend, Athol Hodgson

2005 – Preventing the globalisation of Australian landscapes. Speakers: George Seddon, Mark McDonnell

2004 – Managing the water in Victoria’s last and largest dam. Speakers:  John Langford, John O’Brien, Paul Sinclair

2003 – Saving the Murray, the fix sits within the community.  Speaker:  Leith Boully

2002 – State of the environment with Ian Lowe

2001 – State of the environment with Tim Flannery

Should you like copies of papers given by speakers, please email me beth@nwf.org.au