VRAN breeds stronger partnerships

Learning network participants at Neds Corner Station
VRAN learning network participants at Neds Corner Station

People-power and collaboration are helping improve the management of pest rabbits across Victoria.

While rabbits continue to breed like …well, rabbits, government and community are finding new ways to tackle this environmental and agricultural vandal more effectively together.

A series of real-life stories from around Victoria show the impact of the Victorian Rabbit Action Network (VRAN) on people, communities and organisations. An impact analysis soon to be published shows the project has already reached over 5000 Victorians and has the potential to influence the management of over 2.5 million hectares. Importantly, it has helped producers and communities across the state to share and spread best-practice rabbit management techniques and begun changing mindsets about how government and community can collaborate more effectively.

Find out more through this series of videos and written case studies.

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