Science Week at the Cathedral: Be Inspired by the ‘Forest Maker’

Published on August 18, 2021
How do you reforest millions of hectares of African desert without planting a single tree? Find out from the man who did it. This year’s Science Week at the Cathedral (SWAC) will feature the revolutionary work of Tony Rinaudo, Melbourne missionary agronomist.

You are invited to join this special event on the 25th of August, 6:30pm at St Paul’s Cathedral, where Tony will be sharing his story about pioneering FMNR, a land-management technique which now offers great hope for climate change.

REGISTER NOW or check out the Facebook event:

SWAC is a partnership between St Paul’s and ISCAST–Christians in Science and Technology.

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