WEBINAR | Cultivating Connections: Aboriginal, Torres Strait, and Traditional Owner Forest Management

This webinar delves into Indigenous forest management practices and perspectives on two-way capacity building, collaboration, and partnerships. Focused on the Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, and Traditional Owner world view, it highlights case studies showcasing a holistic approach to land stewardship. Participants will gain insights into the rich tapestry of Indigenous forest management philosophy, rooted in millennia of traditional knowledge and practice. The webinar will also spotlight successful initiatives where Indigenous knowledge and practice intertwines with forest scientists to achieve sustainable forest management outcomes. By fostering dialogue between Indigenous land managers and forest scientists, this webinar aims to consider pathways towards inclusive, culturally sensitive forest management practices that honours all stakeholders and fosters healthy forests and Country.

Date: Wednesday 24 April
Time: 12:30 – 2:00pm (AEST)
RFP CPD Points: 1.5

Everyone who registers:

  • Receives a link and joining instructions 24 hours before the webinar commences
  • Receives a recording of the webinar, so if you can’t listen live you can listen later

Forestry Australia Member: $10 | Non-Member: $60 | Student members: Free
Registrations close: 10am, Tuesday 23 April

Dallas Anson

Dallas leads the recently established Forestry Group within the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade, Northern Territory Government. Dallas supports and manages research, development and extension activities for the benefit of the forestry industries in the NT. Dallas has extensive experience in natural resource management, particularly rehabilitation of sensitive forest ecosystems for biodiversity and conservation outcomes. Dallas is passionate about supporting the sustainable development of plantation and native forestry industries within the NT, and is excited about exploring opportunities for agroforestry, ecosystem services and Indigenous community forestry for the Northern Territory.

Oli Moraes

Bio coming soon 

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