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2020 National Landcare Conference - Call for Abstracts - Closing Wed 8 April 2020!

Landcare Australia is closely monitoring the Covid-19 developments, and we will make a decision regarding the scheduling of the 11-13 November 2020 Conference in Sydney as more information becomes available in the near future.

In the meantime, LAL is seeking presentations for the concurrent sessions that demonstrate the Landcare ethos for the following streams:

Sustainable Agriculture

Innovation and technology, soil health, adaptation to climate change, integrating productivity and conservation.

Environment & Climate Change

How to encourage individuals to take positive action to mitigate climate change with Landcare?

Community Partnerships in Action

Building community capacity and resilience, communication and storytelling, volunteering, partnerships, building and sharing knowledge.

Landcare Impact

Landscape, biodiversity, community resilience, mental and physical health of individuals, community wellbeing, agriculture productivity, economy.

All abstracts are to be submitted electronically in accordance with the guidelines below and should be submitted by 11.59 pm (EST) on Wednesday 8 April, 2020. Authors may submit more than one paper, but the program is limited and your submission(s) may not be included in the conference program.

For further information and to submit an abstract please visit the Landcare Australia website:

https://landcareaustralia.org.au/call-for-abstracts

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