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Three species of black cockatoosPhoto: SWCC
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Avril Baxter, Land for WildlifePhoto: SWCC
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Gerry Gannon, David Gardner, Bill Gammage, Rachel Green and Oral McGuirePhoto: SWCC
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Getting silly at the Quiz Night!Photo: SWCC
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Bridget and Jake Newby with Boyd WykesPhoto: SWCC
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2014 South West Celebration

Who Moved my Cheese? Adaptive Management for the NRM sector

The 2014 South West Celebration provided a number of professional development and technical sessions to build capacity and skills in the South West NRM community.

Copies of the presentations and video recordings from the Celebration are gradually being added to this page.

Keynote address

The Biggest Estate on Earth – How Aborigines Made Australia Bill Gammage, Australian National University

VIDEO

Plenary address

Traditional Land Management Practices in the South West Oral McGuire, Yaraguia Enterprises Corporation

VIDEO

Emotions of Change Rachel Green, Emotional Intelligence Institute

Emotions of Change Handout – Introduction

Emotions of Change Handout – Workshop

Information Sharing

NRM Roundtable ‘Conch’ Session 1

Felicity Willett – Blackwood Basin Group, Claudia Hadlow –Dumbleyung Landcare, Veronika Crouch – Wagin Woodanilling Landcare, Avril Baxter – Land for Wildlife, David Collins – Greening Australia WA, Ella Maesepp and Andrea Salmond – Katanning Landcare

NRM Roundtable ‘Conch’ Session 2

Caroline Hughes – Cape to Cape Catchments Group, Frank O’Hehir –  Leschenault Catchment Council, Kathy Dawson – Warren Catchments Council, Matt Byrne and Jess Lee – Birdlife Australia WA, Blair Darvill – CoastSWap

SWCC Report to Community Damien Postma, South West Catchments Council

SWCC Annual Report

Regional Blueprints – Writing your Business Case Amanda Taylor, South West Development Commission

FURTHER INFORMATION

Farmer Yarns

Regrarian Farming Byron Joel, Oak Tree Designs

PRESENTATION        VIDEO

Lebeckia: A perennial legume for non-wetting deep sandy soils Neil Ballard, Global Pastures Consultants & John Howieson, Murdoch University

VIDEO

Cows Create Careers St Brigid’s Primary School

 

 

 

 

 

Contact
Ph: 9724 2400 swcc@swccnrm.org.au