Australia’s Landcare under international scrutiny

Photo from Left Dr Kazuki Kagohashi, Research Fellow from Nanzan University ; Rob Youl, President of Australian Landcare International; Prof Toshio Kuwako, Tokyo Institute of Technology (and Tomomi’s supervisor); Prof Allan Curtis, ILWS; Tomomi Maekawa, a visiting student scholar (Doctoral) from Tokyo Institute of Technology, and in Australia for a year based here at CSU’s Albury-Wodonga campus; and Prof Michael Seigel, from the Nanzan Institute for Social Ethics, Nanzan University.

Photo from Left Dr Kazuki Kagohashi, Research Fellow from Nanzan University ; Rob Youl, President of Australian Landcare International; Prof Toshio Kuwako, Tokyo Institute of Technology (and Tomomi’s supervisor); Prof Allan Curtis, ILWS; Tomomi Maekawa, a visiting student scholar (Doctoral) from Tokyo Institute of Technology, and in Australia for a year based here at CSU’s Albury-Wodonga campus; and Prof Michael Seigel, from the Nanzan Institute for Social Ethics, Nanzan University.

Ms Tomomi Maekawa, who is a fellow with ILWS and PhD student with Tokyo Institute of Technology, was joined by her supervisor Professor Toshio Kuwako from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Professor Michael Seigel from Nanzan University and another Japanese expert, as well as the chair of Australian Landcare International Mr Rob Youl. During their stay on the Border, the visitors met with local Landcare groups and ILWS research professor Allan Curtis, Australia’s leading expert on the Landcare movement.

About ilwscsu
The Institute for Land, Water and Society is one of four Centres of Research Excellence within Charles Sturt University, Australia. Its principal focus is on integrated research which contributes to improved social and environmental sustainability in rural and regional areas.

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