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Fire and Biodiversity Forum

Next event Friday 4 Jun from 9:30am to 4pm

By Margaret River HEART

Broadscale prescribed burning is used extensively as a fire mitigation tool in the SouthWest of WA.

In this forum we will examine its effectiveness and the ways it interacts with the natural landscape, including its impact on all living things.

Our objective is to further develop an informed and nuanced conversation around fire mitigation, responses to fire, biodiversity, people and places, in the face of a changing climate.

  • Registration 8.45am
  • Start 9.30am
  • Social Event:  4pm – 6pm
  • Please BRING a water bottle and a name tag – sustainable solutions

 

Catering and Music

This forum is a fully catered event. Food will be provided by Margaret River Catering, including lunch and an end of the day social gathering from 4pm to 6pm with drinks, refreshments and music by Carlotta Brook.

“Miranda Aitken, Anu Grace and Laurie Bancroft are Carlotta Brook performing original music full of story, heart and love for country.”

 

Program/Speakers

  • Convenor – Dr Carole Peters
  • Compère – Dr Mignon Shardlow
  • Welcome to Country – Mr Iszaac Webb & Dr Wayne Webb
  • Dr Liz Barbour & Mr Mikey Cernotta
  • Emer Prof Don Bradshaw
  • Dr Valerie Densmore
  • Prof Kingsley Dixon
  • Dr David Galloway
  • Mr Ed Hatherley
  • Dr Anna Hopkins
  • Mr David Knowles
  • Emer Prof Carmen Lawrence
  • Prof Stephen van Leeuwen
  • Dr Alison Lullfitz & Aunty Lynette Knapp
  • Adjunct Assoc Prof Philip Zylstra

 

Full Program: Fire and Biodiversity Forum Program

Full Timetable: Fire and Biodiversity Forum Timetable

Forum Flyer: Fire and Biodiversity Forum Flyer

 

For more information contact: [email protected]