Victorian Rabbit Conference – Program available

The 2015 Victorian Rabbit Management Conference: Connecting knowledge and know-how towards mores effective community action on rabbits final program is now available by clicking here.

The conference will include plenary presentations focused on local know-how in rabbit management and community engagement, an interactive expo showcasing current rabbit control methods and a mix of technical posters on the latest research with invasive animal control experts from New Zealand, South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria.

Chair of the Victorian Rabbit Action Network and farmer from north western Victoria, Gerry Leach, will be launching the conference and the networks Small Grants program to support community innovation at the conference.

“This is a great opportunity to hear from the local experts in community programs and rabbit management in Victoria.”

“To effectively control rabbits we need to work together. I encourage all interested groups to join this network where we can learn and share our knowledge and ideas to help strengthen the effectiveness of community action on rabbits in Victoria.”

Places are limited and tickets are selling fast. To book your ticket, please visit Eventbrite by clicking here.

Please note, a final program will be sent to all participants who have registered for the conference on Wednesday 12 August.

This event is a joint  project between the  Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources and is supported by Animal Control Technologies Australia.

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