A presentation from Bush Heritage Australia on how their conservation work across Australia connects with people. Bush Heritage is a leader in Australia in working with Aboriginal Communities to support their self-determination through land and sea country programs – delivering social, cultural and ecological impacts. The organisation also works with a wide range of local communities across this vast continent to foster a deeper connection to nature and conversation activity. This is a presentation on the evolution of a leading Australian conservation organisation, protecting and managing some of the most ecologically significant landscapes in the world and its deepening relationship with people to help build heathy country and healthy people.
Date: Monday 16th September 2019
Time: 2:30-3:30 pm
Venue: Chelmsford CVS (Centre Supporting Voluntary Action)
Address: Burgess Well House, Coval Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1FW
No. of Seats: 20
Speaker: Luke Bayley – Bush Heritage Australia (BHA – www.bushheritage.org.au), partner of Wilderness Foundation UK
About Luke Bayley
Executive Manager West of BHA oversees West Region and National Aboriginal Partnership program, which now includes 25 active Aboriginal partnerships, protecting 8.0 million hectares of some of the most biologically and culturally rich landscapes on our planet. Before taking over leadership of the BHA team in Western Australia, Luke was BHA’s Healthy Landscape Manager across the Western Rangelands.