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2017 Bushfire Conference: Fire, Fauna and Ferals: from backyards to bush

 

Overview

This conference is the 11th Biennial Bushfire Conference from the Nature Conservation Council of New South Wales.

The conference will explore how fire management can support ecological values across the landscape - from backyards through to bushland and beyond. The program will examine the interactions between fire and fauna across a range of ecosystems and look at integrated approaches to managing fire, native fauna and flora, weeds and pest animals.

Building on themes from previous conferences, the conference will also showcase on-ground fire and restoration projects, and Aboriginal burning initiatives.

This conference is an opportunity to contribute to discussions on how to move beyond current fire management approaches that aim to minimise environmental harm and toward approaches that help protect, support and restore ecological values.

There are four key conference themes:

Abstract submission closes Wednesday 15 February 2017.

Contacts

Michelle Rose
Nature Conservation Council
Ph: (02) 9516 0359
Email: BushfireConf2017@nature.org.au

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Last updated: 4 May 2017
 
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