What is SWIFFT? SWIFFT is a joint initiative coordinated by the Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries that is all about maintaining and developing knowledge and skills within Southwest Victorian communities for the protection and management of threatened species and communities.
SWIFFT host brilliant and informative quarterly video conferences about our local wildlife, plants and landscapes that everyone is welcome to attend, and is suitable for secondary and tertiary students, interested community members and groups as well as local council and agency staff (anyone really!)….and the next conference is happening this Thursday!
Theme: Reptiles of Victoria (relevant to South East SA too!)
When: Thursday 18 April
Time: 9:45 am -12:30pm (Vic Time)
Where: While these are no longer held in Mount Gambier at the moment, there are various venues just across the border including Hamilton, Horsham, Heywood/Portland, Ararat, Colac, Geelong and Warrnambool. Please click here for conference venues and agenda.
For more information on SWIFFT click here or contact Andy Arnold: