Fire, Floods and Facilitation in the Derwent Catchment: the new era of local Landcare
Magali has been working in natural resource management in Tasmania since 2010, after 10 years working in university teaching and research in Victoria. Magali has lectured in plant science and plant health for Horticulture courses at the University of Melbourne. Her natural resource management experience includes project management of both conservation and sustainable agriculture projects, threatened flora research, biosecurity and biodiversity planning, vegetation condition assessment, and community engagement and facilitation. She worked at the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne using mycorrhizal fungi to propagate threatened orchids for conservation purposes and currently supervises a similar volunteer program at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.
Passionate about communicating technical information in an accessible and practical way to help inform land management and conservation decision making. She has specialist skills in threatened flora conservation, plant-fungal interactions and biosecurity.