Abstracts and poster submissions deadline is Thursday 31 March.

The 2022 National Landcare Conference theme is “The Power of Landcare | Shaping Our Future” which affirms the importance of looking to the future when addressing the issues and opportunities open to Landcare and NRM.

We have six concurrent streams including two new streams which provides many individuals, groups and organisations involved in landcare and NRM an opportunity to get involved as a stream speaker and share their learnings with a global audience. Last year we had over 3,000 online delegates and this year promises to be just as big. We will host this year’s conference as a hybrid event for both in person and online delegates.

You can present in person at the International Convention in Sydney or as a virtual speaker online. If your abstract is selected by the assessment panel, we will provide support to the speaker/s presenting the paper

We invite papers and posters for the following concurrent streams:

Landcare Farming and Emerging Environmental Markets Innovation and technology, soil health, climate change adaptation and mitigation, young farmers, connecting farmers to emerging alternative markets.

Environment and Climate Change Call to action for all Australians to be on the frontline together with Landcare to reduce the impacts of climate change and biodiversity loss.

Community Partnerships in Action Building community capacity and resilience, communication and storytelling, volunteering, partnerships, building and sharing knowledge.

Landcare Impact Landscape, biodiversity, community resilience, mental and physical health of individuals, economy.

Urban Landcare Urban environments bring challenges and opportunities with a growing role for Landcare in urban settings.

First Nations people Providing a platform that recognizes the role First Nations people have played in sustainable natural resource management.

For more information or to submit an abstract please visit: https://nationallandcareconference.org.au/2022-call-for-abstracts/