Wild dog control seeing community working alongside DELWP

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Updated April 6 2022 - 3:33pm, first published April 3 2022 - 8:00am
COMMUNITY MINDED: DELWP Project Officer, Mick Freeman, who looks after the Gippsland region said there are concerted efforts by community groups to reduce wild dog incidents on properties.
COMMUNITY MINDED: DELWP Project Officer, Mick Freeman, who looks after the Gippsland region said there are concerted efforts by community groups to reduce wild dog incidents on properties.

More community-minded efforts to reduce wild dogs are being seen throughout Victoria, with 102 community wild dog participants across 72,000 hectares of private land as a part of 16 community wild dog control groups.

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Philippe Perez

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Philippe is a journalist for Australian Community Media's Stock & Land. He is based in Ballarat and covers all aspects of Victoria's farming community and industry. To get in contact, email philippe.perez@stockandland.com.au

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