PAST EVENTInvasive non-native species - 2nd annual workshop meeting
Sharing Good Practice event
How can we develop improved biosecurity practice and control action for invasive non-native species by focussing on key invasion pathways and priority species ?
From 2nd July 2012 Scotland is set to have the most wide ranging non-native species legislation in Europe. The new law places a focus on biosecurity. This event will explore how this will work in practice and the role that stakeholders will play.
Attendees at this event will gain an increased understanding of the new legislation and how it will work in practice. There will be the opportunity to share and learn from others' experiences in the biosecurity and control of invasive, non- native species.
start date: 30-OCT-2012
end date: 30-OCT-2012 time:16:00
Venue information :
Tel: 01738 458551
Grid Ref: NO086291
X: 308612 Y: 729152
Directions: By Coach/Bus: Alight at Luncarty. 10 min walk to location. Stagecoach website
By Rail: Perth Station is the nearest station. Scotrail website
Price: Standard Price: £35, Student/Senior Citizen/Volunteer: £17.5
Event Contact details: For any queries, please contact the SGP team on 01738 458555/6 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To register for this event, please download the booking form and return it to email@example.com
For further information, please see the event flyer
This event is being delivered by Scottish Natural Heritage in partnership with Scottish Government, Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) and Forestry Commission Scotland.
This event is free to volunteers and community groups.