Land Management for Conservation: Drawing on Truths from the First Tasmanians

Date: Saturday 2 May 2020
Location: Ross Town Hall, Tasmania
Time: 9.00 am – 4.30 pm, arrival tea and coffee will be available from 8:30 am

Conservation Landholders Tasmania is partnering with Reconciliation Tasmania to present a forum of eminent historians, academics and practitioners in the field of Land Management through Fire from both historical perspectives and modern-day applications.
The recent shocking events on mainland Australia have highlighted and reinforced the urgency of dealing with and planning for the risk of bushfires on our properties. This forum provides an opportunity to increase our understanding of past and current practices applicable to protecting our land from fires plus minimising their effects.

Our panel of presenters includes:
Fiona Hughes (traditional Welcome to Country)
Jason Thomas (traditional Smoking Ceremony)
Dr Patsy Cameron (setting the scene with her family history on Invasion)
Professor Bill Gammage (author of “The Greatest Estate on Earth”)
Professor Greg Lehman (current Cool Burning experience and practices)
Landcare Tasmania (issues to consider for Conservation Properties)
Bob Gordon (current burning practices)

Early Bird - $60 available until 14 March
Regular - $75 per adult 
Registration includes all meals
Registration closes 30 April 2020
Register online at 

The event is being hosted by
Conservation Landholders Tasmania and Reconciliation Tasmania 
And is supported by Forico and the Institute of Foresters of Australia/Australian Forest Growers.

For more information and to view the program and speaker’s bios download this flyer