Facilitation of Community Engagement and Collective Action in Managing Invasive Animals

Graham Marshall is involved in this sub-program of the Invasive Animals CRC, which seeks to create a genuinely community-driven support system for ongoing effective invasive animal control, operating at a landscape scale, spanning private and public tenures. The sub-program focuses on foxes eradication in Tasmania and wild dog control, and includes three components: community engagement, participatory action research, and creation and testing of an on-line platform for education and individual/community capacity building.

More information on the sub-program is available on the Invasive Animals CRC website.

Due for completion in 2017.

Funded by: Invasive Animals CRC

Partners: Paul Martin, AgLaw Centre, University of New England

Contact: Graham Marshall