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Does your horse have it's bushfire plan sorted?
Every horse needs one, you better help!

Our free webinar is coming soon and you can be involved from the comfort of your home. Bushfire Resilience Inc. (BRI) and your horse would love you to participate!

We all know every household should have a bushfire plan, but if you have animals you need one for them and their surroundings.

This exciting event will feature expert presenters:

Dr Kirrilly Thompson, Researcher

Dr Andrew McLean, Animal behaviouralist

Dr Chris Heislers, Veterinarian

Dr Kevin Tolhurst AM, Bushfire scientist

Followed by a Q and A session.

If the health and welfare of your horse is a priority you need to join this free webinar

Wednesday 20th of July at 7.30pm AEST

Please register above!

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BRI is leading the way in bushfire information webinars. By registering with BRI and liking our Facebook page you will have FREE access to a range of bushfire related topics to assist you with vital bushfire information. Vegetation, insurance, tanks pumps and sprinklers, triggers for action and physical and emotional preparation for bushfire. Easy to understand information from experts and a unique opportunity to ask questions in our webinars. All webinars are recorded to be viewed later at your leisure.

Register above now so expert knowledge can help you with decisions that just might save lives - yours and your horse.

CFA

A social scientist with 10-years’ experience researching the implications of emergency management policy and practice on individual and community risk perceptions and resilience, Chloe is currently working in CFA’s Research and Development team.

CSIRO

Raphael leads CSIRO’s bushfire adaptation team.  Her principal interest is understanding and reducing the risk of bushfires to communities and infrastructure. She has been involved in post major bushfire survey data collection and analysis, and led the investigation into the circumstances and challenges experienced by residents when sheltering during the Black Saturday bushfires.

Macquarie University

Katharine has conducted a number of post-fire investigations involving in-depth interviews with residents following the 2009 Black Saturday and the 2019-2020 Black Summer fires. She has a special interest in participatory and action research as a means for understanding and enhancing community-based adaptation and risk reduction.

Kevin Tolhurst AM

The University of Melbourne

In 1984 Kevin embarked on a career in bushfire science covering fire ecology, fire weather and fire behaviour. Kevin has applied his knowledge and interest to teaching, research, land management and community engagement. He has provided expert advice to various inquiries and fire and land management agencies.

LaTrobe University

Clinical Psychologist

Government and Australian Red Cross for disaster recovery.  He has been involved in the recovery programs of more than 30 disasters in Australia and New Zealand.  He consults on community responses and stresses of recovery.

Flinders University

Associate Professor Danielle Clode is a psychologist, biologist and author of a major review of psychological preparedness and A Future in Flames on Australia’s bushfire history. She has lived in fire-prone areas of South Australia and Victoria, and defended her home in the recent Cherry Gardens fire.

CSIRO

Justin Leonard has dedicated his 26-year research career to the understanding of how bushfire risk to life and infrastructure can be managed. This research combines learnings from bushfire exposure experiments with post bushfire survey investigations and computer modelling of bushfire interactions with buildings.

Valley Community Financial Services

Chair of the Board that operates five local Bendigo Bank Community Bank Branches. Following the 2009 Black Saturday Bushfires Malcolm was Chair of the Strathewen Community Renewal Association. He has personal knowledge of property loss and the painful insurance, planning and rebuilding journey.

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