Molino Stewart was engaged to organise the NSW Linear Reserve Environmental Management Forum hosted by the NSW Roadside Environment Committee, the theme of the forum was ‘Linear Reserves: Linking People, Nature and Infrastructure’.
The forum focused on the environmental management of linear reserves (roadsides, travelling stock reserves, rail corridors and utility easements) across NSW. The day included presentations by industry professionals and leading experts on improving practices and case studies on themes including; ‘Taking Stock’, ‘Systems and Data’, and ‘Innovation’.
The day was a resounding success with 98 in attendance from 52 different organisations, government departments, and local councils, including 2 international attendees from New Zealand! The forum showcased 20 presenters and expert panel members, who presented on a wide range of interesting and innovative work.
Expert panel session from left: Sally Durham (RMS), Kirsty McIntyre (LGNSW), Dr. Peter Spooner (Charles Sturt University), and Pat Connor.