KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE: Biodiversity management on private land
October 12, 2015
Time: 5.30 - 7.30 pm
Room 106, ground floor Geography and Environmental Studies Building; University of Tasmania
entry via Clark Road, Sandy Bay
Knowledge exchange for people interested in landscape‐ scale planning for biodiversity
There is increasing interest in Tasmania and Australia‐wide in managing biodiversity at a landscape scale.
To help improve communication and collaboration, a series of ‘knowledge exchange’ events will be held to discuss recent research findings, introduce new tools and mapping layers, identify knowledge gaps and data needs and workshop future projects.
Who can come?
You! Anyone with an interest in landscape management of biodiversity is welcome. This includes researchers, practitioners, consultants, policy makers and those who are just interested…
People interested in attending can just arrive on the night, but it would be appreciated if they could let Kerry Bridle (Kerry.Bridle@utas.edu.au) know so wine and cheese can be ordered accordingly. We ask for a donation to help cover costs for the event.
5:00 pm Room opens, wine and cheese available
5:30 pm Intro – Amy Koch (FPA)
5:35 pm MidLandscapes – Matt Appleby (BHA)
5:50 pm Council planning – Nikki den Exter (Kingborough Council)
6:05 pm Protected Areas on Private Land program – Matt Taylor (TLC)
6:20 pm Private forestry – Sarah Munks (FPA)
6:35 pm Conservation Landowners – Graham McLean (CLT)
6:50 pm General discussion – facilitated by the panel
7:30 pm End
Event audience: EveryoneCategories