Partnerships with Purpose: How Landcare groups in NSW are helping Saving our Species to deliver meaningful and long-term conservation outcomes
Interested in learning about what impact Saving our Species is having on conservation outcomes around Australia in partnership with landcare?
In this webinar, representatives from the Saving our Species Team and their Landcare counterparts talk about their journey to deliver three key threatened species projects namely, the superb parrot in South West NSW, Northern Rivers Rainforest Restoration, and the koala population in Western NSW. Facilitated by Tania Reid, Principal Manager, Partnerships for the Saving our Species Program, we will discuss challenges faced, some achievements and personal experiences whilst working together on vital conservation projects.
Date: 22 July 2021 Time: 2 – 3pm AEDT Facilitator: Tania Reid, Principle Manager, Partnerships, NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment Speaker(s):
Daamon Oliver, Senior Team Leader, South East NSW, NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment |
Di Brown, Senior Project Officer, North East NSW, NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment |
David Walker, Principal Project Officer, Saving our Species, Western NSW, NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment |
Dr Tony Parkes AO, Founder & Executive Chairman at Big Scrub Foundation |
Penny Milson, Local Landcare Coordinator for the Liverpool Plains region in the North West of NSW |
Lana Andrews, Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitator (RALF) – North West NSW