2019 Private Land Conservation Conference 

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Registrations are NOW CLOSED - WE ARE SOLD OUT for the Australian Land Conservation Alliance Conference (PLC19). 

Nature Foundation SA is very excited to be hosting this national conference, to be held in Adelaide for the first time. 

The Australian Land Conservation Alliance Conference (PLC19) builds on the growing momentum for private land conservation across Australia, so evident from the last four conferences.  PLC19 asks presenters and delegates alike the question of how will we Rise to the Challenge – smarter, faster, bigger, together – and make a significant, positive and enduring difference to nature?  This urgent and compelling question is posed to the private land conservation sector, to industry and business, governments, future generations, society, education and research.

Presentations will focus on work that is transforming our sector and delegates will leave energised and informed to work towards solving conservation’s most pressing problems.

SPONSORSHIP
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A wide range of sponsorships have been secured. For sponsorship inquiries please email Patrick Mentzel or phone 8340 2880 or 0425 410 561.
 
Please note that Monday 7 October 2019 is a public holiday in NSW, the ACT and SA: travel to Adelaide on that day or come early with the family to experience everything that SA has to offer!

  • (Long) weekend – Arrive and enjoy SA / Adelaide
  • Monday 7 October – enjoy SA / Adelaide
  • Tuesday 8 October – Off-site workshops and welcome cocktail reception in the evening
  • Wednesday 9 October – Conference day one and dinner in the evening
  • Thursday 10 October – Conference day two with optional wine tasting in the afternoon
  • Friday 11 October – on the way home: optional SA activities 

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge and respect the Traditional Custodians whose ancestral lands we live and work upon and we pay our respects to their Elders past and present. We acknowledge and respect the deep spiritual connection and the relationship that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to Country.

We also pay our respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their nations in South Australia, as well as those across Australia.