Towards Better Management of Serrated Tussock
Community Engagement Principles and Practice Workshop
Bacchus Marsh, Saturday 24 November & Saturday 1 December 2018
Two half-days, 9 am – 1 pm
Do you manage or are interested in commencing a serrated tussock control program? Are you keen to develop your community engagement knowledge and practice towards better management of serrated tussock?
If your answer is yes to both questions, you are warmly invited to apply for this free workshop, hosted by the Victorian Serrated Tussock Working Party (VSTWP) and supported by the Weeds and Rabbits Project.
You will need to be interested in connecting with others to share your knowledge and experience of what is going well and the issues you face, in a professionally facilitated, peer-based learning environment.
Fifteen places are available. Applications are welcomed from community members, volunteers and professionals involved in serrated tussock management, whether it be through a community or farming group, Landcare, government agency, Catchment Management Authority, or any other organisation with land management responsibilities.
Workshops will be facilitated by community engagement consultant Lisa Adams.
Applications close Monday 5 November 2018
Apply online at https://goo.gl/forms/RTDn3wwqbcazJbW33
For more information contact Martin Deering, VSTWP Executive Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org