Our actions and decisions today will shape
how we will be living in the future.
The Lachlan Valley is a complex, connected catchment system where immense and dynamic natural resources support economic, tourism, recreational, cultural, social and environmental sustainability.
The diverse ecosystems and all human elements of the Lachlan River are reliant on a highly functioning system to optimise their existence and prosperity.
As for many parts of inland Australia, a healthy Lachlan Valley must prevail in the face of a broad horizon of threats including changing climate processes, declining biodiversity, elements of economic development, and politics.
The Listening to the Lachlan conference will showcase the resilient natural resources and ecosystems, along with the many people, cultures and their communities who continue to create a thriving future in the context of the aforementioned threats.
THE DECISIONS WE MAKE TODAY AFFECT FUTURE GENERATIONS.
you are invited to this important event to contribute your passion and ideas for the next ten generations.
Listening to the Lachlan is a two-day gathering in Forbes on the 10th and 11th August, 2021.
Speakers and delegates are coming from the length and breadth of the Lachlan Valley, and other places, to share their experiences, wisdom and research of this special place in the Murray Darling Basin.
Listening to the Lachlan/Kalari is the theme and conveyed in stories, local foods and wines, Wiradjuri culture, music, art, research, memories and future visions.
This conference seeks active participation from delegates to personally contribute to the proceedings.
$212.09 per person. (this includes the booking fee)
Call pennie scott on 0427 44 11 07 for more information
Do you have questions or comments about the event?
Please send a message to or call pennie scott on 0427 44 11 07.
17 Parkes Road, Forbes New South Wales 2871, Australia