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Alison Lullfitz’s Presents at the Perth Branch General Meeting
November 10 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm$3
On Tuesday, 1 November, the Perth Branch of the Wildflower Society will be hosting a talk by Alison Lullfitz titled “Two-way research in a global biodiversity hotspot: a conservation biologist’s perspective”. It’s sure to be interesting. Doors at the Subiaco Community Centre open at 7.45 pm with the meeting beginning at 8 pm. The $3 door donation gets you entry into the night’s door prize. All are welcome.
Alison Lullfitz grew up on the south coast of Western Australia and since returning home in 2009 has lived with her family on the Pallinup River at Boxwood Hill. Her PhD outlines multi-faceted and collaborative research with Nyungar/Noongar Elders exploring how specific cultural activities have influenced floristic diversity and patterns in southwestern Australia. She undertook her PhD at UWA in Albany where she also teaches in conservation biology and ethnobiology.