2022 National Landcare Conference
Power of Landcare | Shaping Our Future
Tuesday 23 to Thursday 25 AUGUST, 2022
International Convention Centre Darling Harbour Sydney
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN FOR THE 2022 NATIONAL LANDCARE CONFERENCE
The National Landcare Conference is the largest knowledge sharing convention for the Landcare community. This national event brings together Landcare groups and volunteers, landholders and farmers, Indigenous land and sea managers, landcare facilitators and coordinators, educators, research agencies, universities, natural resource management professionals, and other community environmental groups and individuals to share insights, learn and connect.
The conference attracts delegates from around the world, and from rural, regional and urban communities in Australia with a common purpose – a vision to actively restore and protect the environment in their local community through sustainable land management and conservation activities.
Do you have a project that you would like to present at the 2022 National Landcare Conference?
We are inviting individuals, community groups, organisations and universities to submit a paper in the call for abstracts campaign. The abstracts will be reviewed by an independent assessment committee for selection as a speaker on the 2022 National Landcare Conference Program. The call for abstracts will close on February 27, 2022.
There are six stream sessions:
- Landcare Farming and Emerging Environmental Markets
- Environment and Climate Change
- Landcare Impact
- Community Partnerships in Action
- Urban Landcare
- First Nations Peoples
CALL FOR ABSTRACT NOW OPEN – CLOSES FEBRUARY 27, 2022
We are inviting individuals, community groups, organisations and universities to submit a paper in the call for abstracts campaign.
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ABOUT THE 2022 NATIONAL LANDCARE CONFERENCE
Landcare champion and ABC TV presenter Costa Georgiadis will host the three-day conference event at the International Convention Centre Darling Harbour in Sydney:
Tuesday 23 August
- Field Trips in the Greater Sydney region
- Welcome Reception
Wednesday 24 August
- Conference plenary and workshop sessions
- 2022 National Landcare Awards Gala Dinner
Thursday 25 August
- Conference plenary and workshop sessions
With Costa Georgiadis as the MC, the 2022 National Landcare Conference promises to be an inclusive and inspiring event for anyone who cares about sustainable management of natural and productive landscapes, community wellbeing and the environmental protection, enhancement and conservation of land, water, waterways and coasts.
The 2022 National Landcare Conference will include speakers on urban landcare, Landcare Farming, wellbeing and mental health, cultural land management, innovation and technology, soil health, young farmers, connecting farmers to students, building community capacity and resilience, communication and storytelling, volunteering and partnerships, sharing knowledge, navigating new opportunities to fund good land management, the natural environment, and climate change adaptation and mitigation.
From sustainable farming to natural resource management projects, 2022 National Landcare Conference field trip program is an opportunity for delegates to experience the diversity of landcare in the Greater Sydney region. The field trip program includes a variety of locations and will showcase the conservations outcomes and changing land use in the greater Sydney region.
Early Bird conference tickets will go on sale in April, 2022.
Registrations to be a virtual conference delegate are FREE.
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We hope to see you there!
Conference MC, Costa Georgiadis
WATCH THE 2021 RECORDED SESSIONS
Don’t worry if you have missed out on attending this year’s online conference, the sessions were recorded and are now available. Check out the Education Resources for links to the recordings, presentations, and project posters.
These Education Resources will be hosted on the conference website until December 1, 2021. This content is also available on Landcarer.com.au – the only online platform dedicated purely to landcare, where it will continue to be hosted even after the National Landcare Conference website closes. Learn more about Landcarer.com.au.
Landcare Australia is proud to acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the Country on which we live and work. We value and respect their deep and continued spiritual and cultural connections to the land, waters and seas, and pay our respects to their Ancestors and Elders past, present and future.
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