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Carp Management Stakeholder Workshop
« on: May 20, 2012, 10:10:10 PM »
Carp Management Stakeholder Workshop
15-05-2012 - TAS IFS

The Carp Management Program held its annual two day workshop on 10-11 May to look at the past years work and undertake planning for the coming year. Australian Maritime College Associate Professor and Director, John Purser, was secured to provide an independent review and comment of the Program over the course of the workshop.

 
The Carp Management Program held its annual two day workshop on 10-11 May to look at the past years work and undertake planning for the coming year. Australian Maritime College Associate Professor and Director, John Purser, was secured to provide an independent review and comment of the Program over the course of the workshop.

Day one involved presentations from staff on key aspects of the Program to the Caring for Our Country stakeholder group. This group has representatives from the commercial eel fishery, Clyde River Irrigators, Anglers Alliance, property owners from Interlaken Estate and the Tasmanian Land Conservancy as well as representatives from the Federal Government. Dr Scott Hardie presented his past 10 years of work on the threatened Golden galaxias and this showed that there is now a good understanding of the environmental requirements that are required to protect this species. The presentations were aimed to give the stakeholders an understanding of how the Carp Management Program was progressing while providing a springboard for the team to build an operational plan on day two.

The second day proved very worthwhile and allowed the team, with the valuable assistance of John Purser, to look into the data and investigate opportunities to assist in the eradication of carp from Lake Sorell and develop this into an operational plan for the coming year. The results and findings from the workshop were presented to Minister Brian Green during a session at the end of the workshop and it was great for the team to see the support and eagerness from the Minister in achieving a complete eradication of carp from Tasmania.



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