90-2012 QLD State Landcare Conference


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Please find below links to presentations

Presentations not available are due to speakers being unable to give permission for publication.

Thursday Morning

Ms Penelope Wensley AC, Governor of QLD

Minister Andrew Powell, Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection

David Walker, Chair of National Landcare Network

Tim Wright, Balala Landcare Group

Thursday Afternoon

Train the children now and protect the environment for the furture

Greg Grimes, Lockyer Valley Landcare

Queenslands threatened animals: a resource guide
Lee Curtis and Andrew Dennis, Wildlife Protection Authority

Natural disaster response in partnership with landcare
Evan Kruckow, Conservation Volunteers

The healthy country proof of concept project
Morris McInnes, Healthy Country Local Committee

Engaging Gen Y
Jelenko Dragisic, CEO Volunteering QLD

Pigs might fly
Leigh Deutscher, Desert Channels

The Sunshine Coast rivers initiaitve and effective partnership
Peter Armstrong, Sunshine Coast Council and Phil Moran, Noosa and District Landcare

The carbon offset market – where are we now
Andrew Wilson, Ensight


How to do governance: simple techniques for a challenging role
Victoria Lister, Nonprofit Assist

Keeping the baby: corporate governance for NFP’s
Ann Houston, Integra Management Services

Saturday Morning

Les Robinson, Director, Enabling Change

Matthew Reddy, International Rivers Foundation

Maintaining a community group
Phil Moran, Noosa Landcare

Reef guardians – recognising stewardship in the paddock and beyond
Kate Steel, GBRMPA

Erosion and environmental benefits through natural turfgrass use
Jim Vaughan, Turf QLD

Health and social impacts for from healthy environments
Dr. Graeme Sait, Co-founder Nutri-Tech Australia

Environmental offsets: opportunities and implications for landholders
Kate McBean, Ecofund

Legal tips to help your community respond to mining and coal seam gas proposals
Jo-anne Bragg, Environmental Defenders Office

Application for ecosystem services
Simone Maynard, SEQ Catchments

Saturday Afternoon

What can regional bodies do to build community and regional resilience
Prof. Helen Ross, University of QLD

Closing the loop – returning nutrients from balconies and backyards to the paddocks
Colin Thun, Compost QLD

The Australian marine debris initiative, our place in an international issue
Heidi Taylor, Tangaroa Blue

Engaging rural and remote communities: a practice framework
Dr. Jenny Moffat, University of QLD

Forest carbon storage
Don Butler, QLD Herbarium

Beyond Calicivirus: the importance of rabbit control for biodiversity conservation
Brian Cooke, University of Canberra

The challenge of motivating communities towards adoption and management of their waterways
Rachael Nasplezes, Healthy Waterways

Cultural awareness and engagement strategies
Beverly Hand, John Pearson Consulting

Celebrating diversity – cultivating volunteers in our community
Robyn Mapp

Community awareness and engagement strategies
Jeff Kraus, Fitzroy River and Coastal Catchments


Junior Landcare