Bush Heritage Australia - buys and manages agricultural land, improving its health and biodiversity
Bush Heritage Australia is an independent not-for- profit protecting our magnificent native animals and irreplaceable landscapes forever. It aims to manage and restore whole ecosystems given that no single species or natural process function in isolation
Time & Location
08 June, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
The University Club of Western Australia, Entrance 1, Hackett Dr, Crawley WA 6009, Australia
About the Event
Highly credentialed speaker Jaclyn Smith will explain why Bush Heritage buys and manages land to imporve its health and biodoevrsity. Bush Heritage partners with aboriginal people, farmers and other land managers are forged to to deliver improved biodiversity and carbon capturing strategies, enhancing natural capital outcomes on agricultural land.
In her role as a Philanthropy Executive (WA & SA) for Bush Heritage Australia, Jaclyn Smith uses her experience in social and natural science to motivate individuals to consider how their generosity can help to create a healthier and more equitable planet.
5.30pm for a 6.00pm sitdown.
The ticket price includes dinner being a set menu including one beverage of choice, with bread.
Includes dinner and a beverage.