Bush Skills for Hills: Healthy Wildlife and Healthy Lives

Bush Skills for the Hills: Healthy Wildlife and Healthy Lives – One Health in Action – fauna disease transference

We all benefit from having wildlife in our urban environment, but often our actions unknowingly threaten their survival. Come and learn how to protect the health of wildlife and limit the transmission of diseases that flow between humans, domestic animals and wildlife.

Bush Skills for the Hills is a series of free workshops for the community. The workshops include a combination of theoretical and practical information sessions, designed to give participants the skills
to manage and appreciate all our local bushland has to offer.

Location: Bruce Elliott Reserve Hazelmere

Registrations for each workshop open 2 months in advance of workshop.

For more information, or to register, contact EMRC’s Environmental Services Administration Officer on 9424 2216 or fill in the
registration form at www.emrc.org.au/bush-skills-for-the-hills-workshops.html

Registrations open 07/03/2016 

May 07, 2016 at 9:30am - 11:30am
Hazelmere Hall
161A Bushmead Rd
Bruce Elliot Reserve
Hazelmere, WA 6055
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