Latest news, events and opportunities with Western LLS — October 2020
15 Oct 2020
Our monthly newsletter, Western Life, provides landholders and stakeholders with a monthly update on programs, projects, upcoming events and more in the Western region.
Featuring in this edition of Western Life:
- Landholders carry out colossal baiting program for wild dogs
- Western Tracks project update — feral pigs collared, wild dog collaring postponed
- More mapping for the NSW Wild Dog Fence Extension project
- Vertebrate Pesticide Induction Training goes online
- Animal health update, including an opportunity to join the team as a district veterinarian
- Webinar: Are your rams ready for joining?
- Results from the Life and Light Photo Competition
- Regional landholder and Aboriginal community surveys hitting mailboxes
- The hunt for Rubber vine brings results
- More staff returning to working from offices
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