Landcare celebrates 20 years of achievements and looks at future challenges.
Are you interested in protecting the environment and creating sustainable landscapes, lifestyles and livelihoods for the 21st century?
The Australian Government invites community groups, farmers, Indigenous land managers, researchers and interested individuals to attend the National Landcare Forum which is being held at the Allan Scott Park, Morphettville, Adelaide, from 23rd -25th March 2010. Over 400 delegates are expected to attend.
The National Landcare Forum will include workshops, presentations, demonstrations, a gala forum dinner and an exhibition including displays from around Australia.
Delegates will have the opportunity to learn about the latest research developments in Natural Resource Management and sustainable agriculture, develop new networks and new skills, celebrate 20 years of achievements and recognise the significant contribution the community has made over the last 20 years.
Sessions will cover current topics of interest including climate change, carbon sequestration, volunteering, succession planning and food security.
On 25th March delegates can visit a range of landcare projects and restoration sites in South Australia's Barossa Valley, the Lower Lakes or urban areas.
If your organisation is interested in an exhibition booth or display space please see the Forum Website. Exhibition fees cover one full delegate registration per booth. Smaller groups can site share to reduce costs.
To register or to find out more please go to: http://www.nationallandcareforum.com.au