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Minding our own biodiversity: conservation on private land

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Second National Forum – April-May 2009

Halls Gap, The Grampians, Victoria

Are you interested in conserving native flora and fauna on your land? Do you have a management agreement or covenant over some of your land? Do you participate in conservation activities on local public land? Are you part of a network linking conservation across the landscape? Do you receive any support or are incentives available to assist your efforts?

Our second national forum will focus on conservation outside the formal reserve system, whether on small blocks or large landscape level efforts or cross-tenure projects. It will highlight the people and places involved and investigate the incentives and support available.

This is your opportunity to participate, learn, contribute, debate and move this essential component of biodiversity conservation forward.

The forum will include presentations, case studies, facilitated discussion sessions and field visits to project sites.

Registration fee (includes morning & afternoon tea, lunch, field costs & GST)
- Full registration: $240
- ANPC member: $210

There will be a forum dinner with a guest speaker (details and cost to be advised)

» http://www.anbg.gov.au/anpc/conferences.html

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