Central Victorian Biolinks Alliance Inc. was officially launched by Professor Kate Auty and Maree Edwards MP for Bendigo West, after the Glideways Symposium held in Seymour on March 18th 2016.
Paul Foreman, Chairman of CVBA, gave an inspiring introductory speech outlining the history of CVBA and its future plans. You can read a copy of his speech here.
Professor Kate Auty has also taken on a role as a CVBA Ambassador. In that role she wants to ensure that CVBA makes the most of the remarkable opportunities for connection, learning and community mobilisation that social media provides.
It was an auspicious day – a great celebration of all the engagement, planning and hard work that has gone into making Central Victorian Biolinks Alliance the missing link it is, in large-scale community connected conservation.