- New Board Members
- New Scholarship Program
- Large Air Tanker trial
- Bushfire Detection Cameras
- Royal Commission
Gary Morgan has spent more than 20 years in senior land and fire management roles. As Victoria’s Chief Fire Officer for public lands, for nine years, he was responsible for the management and deployment of fire suppression personnel. Since becoming CEO of the Bushfire CRC in mid-2007, Gary has worked to foster strong relationships between researchers and the industry.
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Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for the New Year
Greetings to all Bushfire CRC partners,
This year was a...
- Taskforce final report
- Stakeholders AGM
- Governing Board
- Research guides
- Research outputs
- Future of the Bushfire CRC
- Stakeholders AGM
- Gold Coast conference
- Excellence Awards
- International connections
Future of the Bushfire CRC...
Future of the Bushfire CRC – Board meeting
The Governing Board of the Bushfire CRC met on 3 September 2009 to discuss the options for ongoing bushfire research following the outcome of the recent CRC funding process....
We all knew it could be a bad weekend. With temperatures in the high 40s and strong northerly winds, any fire that began on the weekend of the 7-8 February had the potential to grow very rapidly, travel fast and quickly threaten communities.
It is too...
CRC Rebid fails
We have been advised by the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research that we have been unsuccessful in obtaining funds in this Round of the CRC Program for the CRC for Fire –...
- New CRC puts bids to Canberra
- Research Adoption
- Black Saturday Taskforce Interim Report
- Royal Commission hearings
- Presenting the research
- Canberra – Science Innovation
- RMIT workshop
Federal Budget – delivers $15m
New CRC bid faces tough competition
Senate Bushfire Inquiry
Royal Commission calls on Bushfire CRC
- New CRC progresses to next round
- Stakeholder Council survey results
- Sign up for workshops on latest research
- Canberra science showcase
New CRC progresses to next round
We have just received...