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Stewardship of Country presented by the Royal Societies of Australia and Inspiring Victoria is a series of three webinars aiming to generate discussion of landscape and environmental stewardship bridging Indigenous, scientific, economic and social perspectives with supporting ideas for practical action and public good. This initiative represents a fruitful collaboration between the Royal Society of Victoria, the Royal Society of Queensland and the Royal Society of New South Wales with support from the CSIRO.

Webinar 1: The Common Ground - A Convergence of Traditions focuses on history and meeting of traditions, recognising the potential for European farming practices to adapt to an increasingly challenging environment, and the role of complex Indigenous knowledge systems developed over an astonishing stretch of time in rehabilitating the landscape.

This event will feature presentations by:

  • Adjunct Associate Professor Mary Graham of The University of Queensland
  • Adjunct Professor Peter Bridgewater of the Australian National University, Canberra University and Beijing Forestry University.
  • Mr David Pollock of Wooleen Station
  • Mr Justin O’Brien, Dr Chris Brady and Mr Peter Christopherson of Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation

With panellists:

  • Dr Mark Stafford Smith, CSIRO Honorary Fellow
  • Ms Verity Morgan-Schmidt, Gheerulla Creek Consulting
  • Dr Tyson Yunkaporta, Deakin University

Date: Wednesday 24 February 2021

Time: 6.00pm – 8.00pm AEDT

Stewardship of Country will be conducted online as a Zoom webinar. Each event will be livestreamed on the Societies  page free of charge;  is open to those who would like to submit questions and engage in the session as audience members.

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Contact Information

rsa@scienceaustralia.org.au

6:00 PM February 24, 2021

Stewardship of Country: The Common Ground – A Convergence of Traditions

 

Stewardship of Country presented by the Royal Societies of Australia and Inspiring Victoria is a series of three webinars aiming to generate discussion of landscape and environmental stewardship bridging Indigenous, scientific, economic and social perspectives with supporting ideas for practical action and public good. This initiative represents a fruitful collaboration between the Royal Society of Victoria, the Royal Society of Queensland and the Royal Society of New South Wales with support from the CSIRO.

Webinar 1: The Common Ground - A Convergence of Traditions focuses on history and meeting of traditions, recognising the potential for European farming practices to adapt to an increasingly challenging environment, and the role of complex Indigenous knowledge systems developed over an astonishing stretch of time in rehabilitating the landscape.

This event will feature presentations by:

  • Adjunct Associate Professor Mary Graham of The University of Queensland
  • Adjunct Professor Peter Bridgewater of the Australian National University, Canberra University and Beijing Forestry University.
  • Mr David Pollock of Wooleen Station
  • Mr Justin O’Brien, Dr Chris Brady and Mr Peter Christopherson of Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation

With panellists:

  • Dr Mark Stafford Smith, CSIRO Honorary Fellow
  • Ms Verity Morgan-Schmidt, Gheerulla Creek Consulting
  • Dr Tyson Yunkaporta, Deakin University

Date: Wednesday 24 February 2021

Time: 6.00pm – 8.00pm AEDT

Stewardship of Country will be conducted online as a Zoom webinar. Each event will be livestreamed on the Societies Facebook page free of charge; registration is open to those who would like to submit questions and engage in the session as audience members.

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