March 28, 2019
The Royal Society of Victoria - 8 La Trobe Street, Melbourne, VIC
“Nature itself is the best physician” – Hippocrates
Plants are the marvels of the earth and the unsung heroes of our planet. They provide the air we breathe, the houses we live in and the food we eat. In an era where we have an abundance of food, yet are starving for nutrients, what can we consume to be healthier?
In this talk, Dr Tien Huynh will delight both your brain cells and your taste buds. Discover Tien’s recent research to unlock the secrets of medicinal plants revealing how plants can heal us from the inside out. Plants highlighted in the discussion will range from the familiar, like coffee, to those which many people have never seen or used before.
Taste-test a selection of these plants during this event, and be inspired to share your new knowledge of medicinal plants and their amazing properties with loved ones. Together we can eat well, live well and be well.
Dr Tien Huynh was born in Vietnam and immigrated to Australia as an asylum refugee from the Vietnam War with no English speaking skills and nothing but the clothes on her back. Tien found her passion in science at university under the tutelage of an amazing mentor, Professor Ann Lawrie.
Tien is passionate about environmental sustainability, medicinal plants and conservation.
For bookings and further information see HERE
March 26, 2019 -March 28, 2019
Mercure Brisbane Hotel
The Water Sensitive Cities Conference series celebrates how water shapes our cities and towns into places that are more liveable, resilient and sustainable. ‘Delivering the transition to water sensitive cities: approaches, activities, and achievements’ will be the conference theme in 2019—the next step from ‘Making the transition’ theme in 2017.
You can check out the draft conference program, book tickets, and find key information for delegates HERE.
Review Foreground articles on landscape water issues HERE
March 29, 2019 -March 30, 2019
Marnong Estate, Melbourne, Australia
The International Association of Nature Pedagogy is holding a Symposium at Marnong Estate, Melbourne, Australia in March.
Keynote presenters include: Claire Warden, Angela Hanscom, Kirsty Liljegren
More information and registration available HERE
Review Foreground nature-related play articles HERE