After a hugely successful inaugural event in 2014, the SA NRM Science Conference is returning in April 2016!
The conference will be once again coordinated by DEWNR and the SA NRM Research and Innovation Network (NRM RAIN), and will host loads of researchers from the Environment Institute.
It will build on the success of the 2014 conference which showcased 125 projects and was attended by more than 500 participants.
The 2016 SA NRM Science Conference aims to:
- Showcase the best natural resource science from across the state.
- Demonstrate how natural resource policy and management decisions are underpinned by robust, peer reviewed, defendable science.
- Highlight successful science and research projects and partnerships across multiple SA Government agencies and research organisations.
The 2016 conference will bring together natural resource decision-makers and researchers from across South Australia, including universities, government, NGOs and landholders.
It will be held at the University of Adelaide, will be free to attend, and all presentations will be live streamed to regional staff and community members.
Follow the event on Twitter using the hashtag #SANRM16.
Find programs and more information as well as last year’s presentations online at nrmscience.org
When: Wednesday, 13 April 2016 – Friday, 15 April 2016, 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Where: Adelaide University, North Terrace Campus
Registrations: Registrations are now closed. You can watch the lectures online via live stream. More information.
Questions? Jennie Fluin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0434 950 885.
See you there!