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Regenerating country, culture and communities in the Great Eastern Ranges- K2W link

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The K2W Link Inc will host its annual forum on Tuesday 6th December in Goulburn with this year's theme; Regenerating country, culture and communities in the Great Eastern Ranges- K2W Link.

We are excited to announce our keynote speaker is award-winning director, writer and presenter Damon Gameau - retelling the story of humans and nature.

Gameau’s latest film Regenerating Australia is set in 2030, it explores Australia's transition to a greener future and shows the impact of how Australia could look if it transitioned to a fairer, cleaner, more community focused economy. His other films include 2040, which is about how the future look if we embraced the best climate actions available today, and That Sugar Film which won Best Documentary at the Australian AACTA awards.

Other key speakers will include local regenerative farming champions, ecologists and First Nations groups who are regenerating country and community through traditional ecological knowledge and cultural practices.

The day will also feature examples of other groups, businesses and organisations that are working to connect people and nature through new technologies, the arts, and by providing access to environmental markets.

This is the first time that we have held the forum in Goulburn and we are encouraging all local environmentalists, nature supporters, students, farmers, Landcarers, Bushcarers, Field Naturalists and Sustainability group members to attend. 

This forum is about bringing people together and we hope it will inspire and motivate groups and people within the region, as well as providing opportunities for connecting with each other and community building throughout the day and into the future.

We are offering discounted rates to students and members of local environmental groups.

Download the draft program here:

The full program will be finalised closer to the date.

The annual forum is sponsored by the Great Eastern Ranges (GER) with funding from the Australian and NSW Governments Bushfire Local Economic Recovery (BLER) Fund and the World Wide Fund for Nature-Australia (WWF-Australia)

Morning tea and lunch is provided by the venue. Please let us know if you have any special dietary requirements. The venue is fully accessible for those with mobility issues, please let us know if you may require any assistance.

For group bookings or for those who do not like booking online please contact to discuss options.

We hope you can join us.

About the Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala Conservation Partnership K2W supports wildlife conservation in a natural highway following the line of the Abercrombie River between the Blue Mountains and Wyangala. We work on projects with local communities, landholders and organisations to conserve gliders and their habitat. Since 2012, we have been working to protect our wildlife and natural resources by creating connections across the landscape. Read more at

About the Great Eastern Ranges - The Great Eastern Ranges (GER) brings people together to protect, connect and restore healthy landscapes across 3,600km of eastern Australia. Since 2007, we have been working with our partners to stem the loss of native wildlife and their habitats, provide integrated natural solutions to the climate and biodiversity crisis, protect precious resources, and ensure thriving, resilient landscapes and ecosystems for nature and people. By working together and supporting efforts in the highest priority places, we are achieving something far greater than the sum of our parts – securing the future of one of the world’s great landscapes and the wildlife and communities that live within. Learn more at

About the World Wide Fund for Nature-Australia – WWF is one of the world's largest and most respected independent conservation organizations, with more than 5 million supporters and a global network active in over 100 countries. WWF's mission is to stop the degradation of the earth's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by conserving the world's biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable, and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption. Visit for the latest news and media resources.

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