The forum will discuss:

  • Best practice in disease management and mapping
  • Recent developments in containment and eradication from regional field trials
  • Tools and resources to help reduce impacts and disease spread
  • Updates from on-ground activities relevant to the south-west
  • Case study of the Stirling Range and Phytophthora Dieback
  • New communication products and local engagement resources
Featured presenters from:
  • Murdoch University Centre for Phytophthora Science and Management
  • WOW Wilderness Ecotours
  • Department of Parks and Wildlife Phytophthora Dieback experts Fitzgerald Biosphere Group


Kalyenup Studio, Albany Entertainment Centre
Thursday, June 11, 9am for a 9.15am start

 Lunch, morning and afternoon tea included.

The forum closes at 2.15pm and is followed by an optional field trip to a local Phytophthora Dieback site with expert Dr Joanna Young.

Places are limited, so please RSVP by Thursday, June 4, to South Coast NRM Project Dieback officer Rosie Smith on 9845 8513 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ‘>


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