Brett McNamara ‘The natural appeal of the Bush Capital: Surveyors, catchments and the kitchen sink.”

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Thursday, 15 September 2016 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm

In the 4th Annual Alison McKenzie Lecture Brett will explore the foundations of the Bush Capital linking the natural and cultural values of our vast conservation estate to people and park, in a thought- provoking way.

Brett McNamara is Regional Manager, Parks and Conservation Services, TAMS, ACT Government.

Brett worked in both the Red Centre and The Tropical North for close to ten years and was part of the fledgling Crocodile Management Program that saw crocodiles captured and relocated. He has worked in the Australian Alps national parks management program and also as the Rural Bush Fire Incident Controller.