19th March, 2021
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Keiran McNamara Conservation Science Centre
17 Dick Perry Ave, Kensington WA 6151

Join land care practitioners, scientists and volunteers come together to share how they make a difference in caring for our unique flora and fauna, learn from traditional owners and build community.

Speakers from all walks of ecological restoration, natural resource management and environmental education will share their experiences and give you a chance to learn, connect and build community.

We are pleased to announce our first two keynote speakers: Dr Felicity Bradshaw (Co-author of Two-way Science: An Integrated Learning Program for Aboriginal Desert Schools) and Associate Professor Rachel Standish (Murdoch University). Find the full list of already confirmed speakers here and take a look at the Draft Speaker Abstracts.

Conference Themes

  • Citizen Science: science and community working together
  • Learning from the land: a traditional owners perspective and knowledge sharing
  • Plants and Animals: learning from each other to protect our unique flora and fauna
  • Bringing community: working together to learn and connect

The conference will include keynote presentations, short presentations and posters and an interactive session for participants at the end of the day.

Don’t delay!

Put 19th of March 2021 in your diary and book your ticket now to not miss out.

• Full fee $15
• Concession $10
• Group (max 4 people) $20
*Ticket prices include all catering