Join us for the inaugural Regenerative Agricultural Conference, demonstrating practical approaches to farming that will allow Western Australia to provide safe and healthy food, using innovative sustainability practices.
While food security has been raised as an issue at other events, the 2019 Regenerative Agriculture Conference will be the first to lay the groundwork for industry-led solutions to meet the challenges of population growth and responsible environmental management.
This is your chance to meet the innovative producers from RegenWA, understand the productivity constraints and challenges of ‘business-as-usual’ farming practices, and participate in building a strategic plan for investing in the future.
It’s Djilba– the second rains! Perth NRM and Shire of Kalamunda are hosting a Noongar Six Season Talk and nature activity at Jorgensen Park.
To teach us about Djilba and Noongar culture, Elder Neville Collard will be sharing his stories and showing us how nature is an important guide to changes during the year, and how the Noongar Six Seasons promote understanding of the life cycles of plants and animals.
Parking available at the Kalamunda Learning Centre.
2019 State NRM & Coastal Conference
The 2019 State Natural Resource Management (NRM) and Coastal Conference will be held among the beautiful natural gardens of Edith Cowan University, Joondalup from 1 October – 4 October 2019. A highly regarded WA event that has been held regularly since the 1990s, the Conference will focus on maximising networking opportunities with an interactive program including workshops, tours, engaging conference sessions and open space sessions. The theme for the conference is:
Our Coast | Our Land – Striving Together
Ngaalang booyembara|ngaalang boodjar – Dandjoo warniny
To view the Conference website, please click here.