Norfolk Island Workshop at Island Arks Symposium III
February 14th, 2013.
The purpose of this workshop is to use the collective expertise, knowledge and experience of Symposium delegates to explore these opportunities in more detail, develop novel approaches, and to suggest management interventions. This workshop is a real opportunity for delegates to make a meaningful contribution to the conservation of one of Australia’s most important island groups.
Who should attend the Norfolk Island workshop
The workshop is open to all delegates with an interest in Norfolk Island regardless of expertise or experience. There are great opportunities for delegates to make contributions to this project by contributing their expertise in the areas of threatened bird and plant recovery planning and implementation, exotic species (including rats, ants, birds) control and/or eradication and/or impact mitigation on islands, community capacity building and entrepreneurship in conservation. Interested delegates can contact Derek Ball for further information or to register their attendance at this workshop.
For further information visit Norfolk Island: Challenges and Opportunities.