David B. Lindenmayer


Professor David B. Lindenmayer AO has worked as a researcher on Australian farms for more than 23 years. He has a particular interest in improving environmental conditions on farm properties, including protecting remnant native vegetation as well as restoring and replanting it. He specializes in establishing and maintaining ecological large-scale, long-term research and monitoring programs on farms. He has co-authored a number of other books, including Natural Asset Farming and Restoring Farm Woodlands for Wildlife.

Author's Books

Sustainable Farm Finance

A Practical Guide for Broadacre Graziers


Natural Asset Farming

Creating Productive and Biodiverse Farms


Rocky Outcrops in Australia

Ecology, Conservation and Management


Ten Commitments Revisited

Securing Australia’s Future Environment


Biodiversity and Environmental Change

Monitoring, Challenges and Direction