‘Conservation Conundrums: Exploring Apparent Conflicts in Wildlife Management’, 2 May 2015
10 March 2015
EDO Qld’s Michael Berkman will be joining other conservation experts at The Hut Environmental and Community Association’s (THECA’s) 2015 Forum, ‘Conservation Conundrums: Exploring Apparent Conflicts in Wildlife Management’.
Held at the Qld Centre for Advanced Technologies (QCAT), Pullenvale, Saturday 2 May 8.30am-4.00pm, the forum will explore controversial issues in conserving and managing wildlife, both fauna and flora, for the long-term future and for resilience in the South East Queensland region.
Keynote speaker Professor Carla Catterall of Griffith University will introduce the day with her talk entitled, Weeds and Wildlife: Emerging Dilemmas for Conservation in the 21st century.
REGISTER HERE. PLACES ARE LIMITED: BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL.
The cost of $50 incudes morning tea and lunch, with concessional rates for THECA members ($45) and for full time students ($30).
Registration by 28th April 2015 is essential.