The annual TNRM Gulf Savanna Forum will take place at the Katherine Research Station next week.
The forum will be held on Wednesday, June 13 from 8.30am until 12.30pm.
Morning tea and lunch are provided and attendance is free and everyone is welcome Registrations are required: www.territorynrm.org.au/whats-on
These annual Forums, coordinated by Territory Natural Resource Management provide an opportunity to hear about NRM activities and to network with land managers, Indigenous Rangers and government organisations from the Gulf Savanna Region and beyond.
Presenters include government departments, research institutions, Indigenous organisations, and industry leaders covering topics from “Savanna Fire Management and Carbon Abatement on Indigenous Land”, presented by Paul Donohoe of the Indigenous Land Corporation.
As well there willbe as an update of the cutting edge cattle herding and grazing management trials of Self Herding, presented by Trudi Oxley, of Oxley Grazing.
In total there are eight presentations scheduled for the forum with an introduction by TNRM’s Gulf Savanna regional coordinator, Mel McDonald and a Welcome to Country by the Jawoyn Association.
Territory Natural Resource Management is an independent not-for-profit organisation which has been working with landholders, community groups, industry and government since 2003, to ensure sustainable management of water, land, soils and biodiversity in the Northern Territory.
Guided by the 2016 - 2020 NT NRM Plan, TNRM assists Territorians to undertake resource management planning and action across properties, catchments and regions, by providing coordination, facilitation and extension services for environmental and agricultural.
Governed by a board of directors, TNRM is a membership based organization and is currently comprised of 70 member organisations holding interests in NRM in the NT or representing residents of the NT.