Join the Goodness Festival 2015 for an invigorating three hours with some of the Midwest most prodigious environmental leaders.
We have lined up an amazing panel of speakers looking to talk and discuss not only what their visions are for the ‘future of nature’, but also to ask you what your vision is.
The aim of the event is to simulate local discussion on global and local initiatives that suggest a direction for the future or nature conservation and sustainability.
Have your say into the direction of nature conservation and sustainability in the Midwest and take this opportunity discus the real issues with the big guns.
- Professor Hans Lambers, Professor in Plant Biology from UWA
- Richard McLellan, CEO Northern Agriculture Catchments Council
- Matt Watson, Australian Fisheries Outreach Officer for Marine Stewardship Council
- Luke Bayley, Executive Manager for Bush Heritage Australia
- Bevan Gray, Indigenous Engagement Officer for Rangelands NRM
Agenda (see attached)
2:00-Introduction and Welcome to Country
2:10-Professor Hans Lambers, Professor in Plant Biology from UWA
2:25-Luke Bayley, Executive Manager for Bush Heritage Australia
2:40-Bevan Gray, Indigenous Engagement Officer for Rangelands NRM
2:50-Q&A Panel Discussion
3:05-Matt Watson, Australian Fisheries Outreach Officer for Marine Stewardship Council
3:20-Richard McLellan, CEO Northern Agriculture Catchments Council
3:30-Q&A Panel Discussion
3:50-Unconference: Break out session 1
4:25-Unconference: Break out session 2
Tickets costs $50 and can be purchased HERE
There is a 25% reduction if you purchase a Full Festival Ticket HERE
Who to contact for enquiries: Phone: (08) 9965 5371