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Glider conservation knowledge, practice
and collaboration in Central Victoria
Sharing expert knowledge and practical experience to build capacity
for increased glider conservation in Central Victoria.
• 3 Glider researchers speaking about latest knowledge on glider
ecology and conservation practice
• Successful example Glideways projects in NSW
• 8 - 10 Central Victorian community conservation groups presenting
their glider conservation work
• Synthesis and discussion around strategic whole-of-landscape
approaches to increasing glider conservation in Central Victoria
Followed by the Official Launch of the Central Victorian Biolinks Initiative by
Professor Kate Auty, 2014 VC Fellow Melbourne University and Former Vic Govt.
Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability.