Prof David Lindenmayer

Keynote Speaker

Professor, The Fenner School of Environment and Society

Bringing new insights into managing and restoring important natural assets on farms

This talk outlines new scientific insights based on 24 years of detailed long-term research and monitoring into the management of natural assets such as farm dams, rocky outcrops, shelterbelts, and patches of remnant vegetation. These insights underpin what we term natural asset farming that seeks to better integrate conservation and agricultural production objectives.


Celebrated Author and champion of biodiversity, read up more about Prof. David here