KEYNOTE SPEAKER

The Hon. John Anderson AO

Conference Keynote Speaker John Anderson

The Hon. John Anderson AO, Keynote speaker for the 2021 National Landcare Conference

The Hon. John Anderson AO is a sixth-generation farmer and grazier from North-West New South Wales, who spent 19 years from 1989 in the Australian Parliament. This included six years as Leader of the National Party and Deputy Prime Minister as a member of the reformist government led by John Howard.  The Liberal-National Party coalition oversaw enormous economic reform, including taxation modernisation and the maintenance of a string of budget-surpluses, which resulted in the Australian government leaving a cash surplus when it left office in 2007.

John’s recent contributions to public debate have included his Conversations YouTube and podcast series, where he interviews various thought leaders from around the world (johnanderson.net.au). His interviews have now been viewed and listened to millions of times and the influence they have on the wider debate is growing all the time.

John is also active in the not-for-profit sector and has been a sought-after speaker in both Australia and abroad.  On leaving politics, Anderson, known as a man of simple Christian faith, was saluted by figures on both sides with overflowing praise; the then Prime Minister John Howard extolling: “I have not met a person with greater integrity in public life”.

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Plenary Speakers

Trish O’Gorman, Landcare Australia | Matt Crawley and Naomi Wells, Bellarine Catchment Network

Connecting and collaborating through a dedicated online community for Landcarers

STREAM: PARTNERSHIP

Landcare is all about community. It’s about connection, and meaningful collaborations to tackle environmental issues. It’s about sharing knowledge and working together. But what if the meaningful collaborations could be extended across geographical boundaries? What if people could connect with each other irrespective of where they were? What if the knowledge and networking that happens at conferences like this one, could happen from your own home, at any time?

Due to COVID-19, more than ever before, people have started to discover the value of technology in the areas of knowledge sharing, building online communities, and connecting with people – and this session will share how this is possible for the Landcare community. Landcarer is an online community platform developed especially for people who care for their local environment. This session will introduce real-life examples of how community groups and networks are using the platform, what issues it has helped them overcome, what challenges they’ve had, and what they have achieved. Delegates will discover the benefits of being part of a dedicated online community where they can access knowledge, connect and collaborate with like-minded people. Sign up for Landcarer by visiting https://www.landcarer.com.au/ or downloading the Landcarer mobile app.

Trish O’Gorman, Landcare Australia | Matt Crawley and Naomi Wells, Bellarine Catchment Network

Connecting and collaborating through a dedicated online community for Landcarers

STREAM: PARTNERSHIP

Landcare is all about community. It’s about connection, and meaningful collaborations to tackle environmental issues. It’s about sharing knowledge and working together. But what if the meaningful collaborations could be extended across geographical boundaries? What if people could connect with each other irrespective of where they were? What if the knowledge and networking that happens at conferences like this one, could happen from your own home, at any time?

Due to COVID-19, more than ever before, people have started to discover the value of technology in the areas of knowledge sharing, building online communities, and connecting with people – and this session will share how this is possible for the Landcare community. Landcarer is an online community platform developed especially for people who care for their local environment. This session will introduce real-life examples of how community groups and networks are using the platform, what issues it has helped them overcome, what challenges they’ve had, and what they have achieved. Delegates will discover the benefits of being part of a dedicated online community where they can access knowledge, connect and collaborate with like-minded people. Sign up for Landcarer by visiting https://www.landcarer.com.au/ or downloading the Landcarer mobile app.

Trish O’Gorman, Landcare Australia | Matt Crawley and Naomi Wells, Bellarine Catchment Network

Connecting and collaborating through a dedicated online community for Landcarers

STREAM: PARTNERSHIP

Landcare is all about community. It’s about connection, and meaningful collaborations to tackle environmental issues. It’s about sharing knowledge and working together. But what if the meaningful collaborations could be extended across geographical boundaries? What if people could connect with each other irrespective of where they were? What if the knowledge and networking that happens at conferences like this one, could happen from your own home, at any time?

Due to COVID-19, more than ever before, people have started to discover the value of technology in the areas of knowledge sharing, building online communities, and connecting with people – and this session will share how this is possible for the Landcare community. Landcarer is an online community platform developed especially for people who care for their local environment. This session will introduce real-life examples of how community groups and networks are using the platform, what issues it has helped them overcome, what challenges they’ve had, and what they have achieved. Delegates will discover the benefits of being part of a dedicated online community where they can access knowledge, connect and collaborate with like-minded people. Sign up for Landcarer by visiting https://www.landcarer.com.au/ or downloading the Landcarer mobile app.

Trish O’Gorman, Landcare Australia | Matt Crawley and Naomi Wells, Bellarine Catchment Network

Connecting and collaborating through a dedicated online community for Landcarers

STREAM: PARTNERSHIP

Landcare is all about community. It’s about connection, and meaningful collaborations to tackle environmental issues. It’s about sharing knowledge and working together. But what if the meaningful collaborations could be extended across geographical boundaries? What if people could connect with each other irrespective of where they were? What if the knowledge and networking that happens at conferences like this one, could happen from your own home, at any time?

Due to COVID-19, more than ever before, people have started to discover the value of technology in the areas of knowledge sharing, building online communities, and connecting with people – and this session will share how this is possible for the Landcare community. Landcarer is an online community platform developed especially for people who care for their local environment. This session will introduce real-life examples of how community groups and networks are using the platform, what issues it has helped them overcome, what challenges they’ve had, and what they have achieved. Delegates will discover the benefits of being part of a dedicated online community where they can access knowledge, connect and collaborate with like-minded people. Sign up for Landcarer by visiting https://www.landcarer.com.au/ or downloading the Landcarer mobile app.

Trish O’Gorman, Landcare Australia | Matt Crawley and Naomi Wells, Bellarine Catchment Network

Connecting and collaborating through a dedicated online community for Landcarers

STREAM: PARTNERSHIP

Landcare is all about community. It’s about connection, and meaningful collaborations to tackle environmental issues. It’s about sharing knowledge and working together. But what if the meaningful collaborations could be extended across geographical boundaries? What if people could connect with each other irrespective of where they were? What if the knowledge and networking that happens at conferences like this one, could happen from your own home, at any time?

Due to COVID-19, more than ever before, people have started to discover the value of technology in the areas of knowledge sharing, building online communities, and connecting with people – and this session will share how this is possible for the Landcare community. Landcarer is an online community platform developed especially for people who care for their local environment. This session will introduce real-life examples of how community groups and networks are using the platform, what issues it has helped them overcome, what challenges they’ve had, and what they have achieved. Delegates will discover the benefits of being part of a dedicated online community where they can access knowledge, connect and collaborate with like-minded people. Sign up for Landcarer by visiting https://www.landcarer.com.au/ or downloading the Landcarer mobile app.

Trish O’Gorman, Landcare Australia | Matt Crawley and Naomi Wells, Bellarine Catchment Network

Connecting and collaborating through a dedicated online community for Landcarers

STREAM: PARTNERSHIP

Landcare is all about community. It’s about connection, and meaningful collaborations to tackle environmental issues. It’s about sharing knowledge and working together. But what if the meaningful collaborations could be extended across geographical boundaries? What if people could connect with each other irrespective of where they were? What if the knowledge and networking that happens at conferences like this one, could happen from your own home, at any time?

Due to COVID-19, more than ever before, people have started to discover the value of technology in the areas of knowledge sharing, building online communities, and connecting with people – and this session will share how this is possible for the Landcare community. Landcarer is an online community platform developed especially for people who care for their local environment. This session will introduce real-life examples of how community groups and networks are using the platform, what issues it has helped them overcome, what challenges they’ve had, and what they have achieved. Delegates will discover the benefits of being part of a dedicated online community where they can access knowledge, connect and collaborate with like-minded people. Sign up for Landcarer by visiting https://www.landcarer.com.au/ or downloading the Landcarer mobile app.