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Day 2: People and Pests

Eamon Nathan - Connectivity: an approach to community-led large landscape conservation

Steve Ellis - Wild for Taranaki/Project Taranaki Mounga

Mark Mitchell - Securing long term investment in predator control: what's the role of policy instruments like Regional Pest Management Plans?

Al Glen - Using cameras for operational and compliance monitoring

Roger Pech - It's about people and outcomes: landowner participation modelling

Panel - Regional roll out of large scale predator control. Campbell Leckie, Roger Pech and Steve Ellis.

Bruce Warburton - Economic outcomes of predator control

Andrea Byrom - The problem with rabbits and other perverse outcomes

Grant Norbury - The importance of the right foundation for predator catch data now

Jan Hania - He Kawa Ora: restoration and learning in the Taranaki Mounga Project

 

 

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