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It's time to celebrate!Photo: SWCC
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Charlie Caruso shares tips on engaging Gen YPhoto: SWCC
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Delegates at the 2016 eventPhoto: SWCC
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Field trip to the iconic Margaret RiverPhoto: SWCC
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Welcome to Country by local Josh Whiteland, Koomal DreamingPhoto: SWCC
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Embracing technology to future-proof NRMPhoto: SWCC
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Learning practical skills to take into the fieldPhoto: SWCC
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Charlie Caruso, Nerilee Boshammer and Gerry GannonPhoto: SWCC

South West Celebration

Connect, Collaborate, Cultivate: Future-proofing NRM

This year we partnered with the Cape to Cape Catchments Group to host the 2016 South West Celebration in Margaret River in November. This key networking event brings together the NRM community to reflect on the year’s achievements, as well as providing opportunities to develop the skills and capacity of the NRM sector to continue its important work. And what an amazing event it was!!

If you couldn’t make it, here is what you missed out on:

NRM Community Day, 10 November

Engaging GenY and the iGen – Charlie Caruso, Puggle Productions

PRESENTATION          INTERVIEW

Regional Roundup – hear from other South West groups

SESSION ONE             SESSION TWO                INTERVIEWS

iHEMP VIDEO

SWCC Report to Community – Damien Postma, SWCC CEO

SWCC ANNUAL REPORT

Citizen Science and using Apps for NRM, GAIA Resources

PRESENTATION

Cultural Systems Solutions, Troy Mallie

PRESENTATION          INTERVIEW

Dinner, live music and more!

 

NRM Professionals Day, 11 November 

WALGA’s Environmental Planning Tool – WALGA

PRESENTATION              TRAINING MANUAL

Innovative Partnerships – Ben Cole, Wide Open Agriculture

PRESENTATION              VIDEO

Crowdfunding – Tom Dawkins, StartSomeGood

PRESENTATION              INTERVIEW

Workshop sessions, bird watching, field tour and more!

You can also check out the 2015 South West Celebration: Innovative NRM: Doing more with less presentations, handouts and interviews.

The South West Celebration is supported by the South West Catchments Council, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme.

 

Contact
Nerilee Boshammer
Ph: (08) 9781 3111
nerilee.boshammer@swccnrm.org.au