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  • DWG invites you to attend our DIG Conference 2018

    DWG invites you to attend our DIG Conference 2018

    Date: Friday 31st August, 2018.

    Time: Registration 8:00am   Conference 8:15am - 4:30pm  

    Location: 36 Dodd Street, WEMBLEY WA 6014 @ Bendat Parent and Community Centre - Auditorium.  

    Dieback Information Group (DIG) is Western Australia‚Äôs annual conference for industry, community, researchers and Government to share current programs, research developments and management tactics to combat native plant diseases, including Phytophthora Dieback.  

    This years theme is Working Together - Combating Plant Disease through Collaboration, big ideas and emerging issues will be presented by Dr Richard Walley OAM, Dr Paul Barber and Prof. Giles Hardy, and new knowledge will be highlighted by researchers from UWA, Murdoch and Curtin universities. Case studies will show how community, local government and industry can work together to address Phytophthora Dieback and other key plant pathogens.  

    Delegates will be encouraged to actively participate to identify future messages and actions that can be adopted to address the significant challenges of Phytophthora Dieback.

    For more information and how to register your attendance "online", please refer to the links below.

    TryBooking Registration

    Download DIG 2018 Flyer - HERE

    Catering will be provided.

    We encourage you to distribute this invitation to colleagues who may be interested.