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Conservation Dogs Workshop

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Everything from invasive weeds to wildlife detection, there is a lot you can do with conservation dogs. Join us at the Mt Wallace Hall June 24 for a family friendly workshop delivered by Fiona Jackson from Skylos Ecology to learn more about conservation dogs and their many applications in managing our natural environment. And yes, there will be dogs.

Skylos Ecology work with detection dogs to provide adaptive detection solutions for environmental projects spanning the agriculture, biosecurity, conservation and renewable energy sectors across Australia. Conservation dogs can sniff out target scents that are naked to the human eye, underground, in plants or even under water. Skylos Ecology we utilises this incredibly accurate and sensitive instrument to collect data for environmentally-based projects.

This event will begin at 10am and run for roughly and hour and a half with afternoon tea provided.
Register for this free family friendly event now to secure your spot and learn more about conservation dogs.

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