Rehydrating Australia’s Landscape: Productivity and Environmental Benefits
Presented by the Muldoon Institute and Hydroterra
The Mulloon Institute (TMI) has been recognised internationally by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UNSDSN) for its ground-breaking research and practice, particularly in landscape rehydration and restoration.
TMI Research Coordinator, Luke Peel will present the successful Landscape Rehydration work that has been done to date as well as discuss the vision that TMI has for scaling these practices across Australia for significant impact combatting the effects of climate change.
So grab your lunch, hear from the best, share experiences and ask any questions.
This free webinar will be held at 12.30pm AEST on 30 April.