A parliamentary inquiry into the control of invasive animals on crown land will hear from south-west residents this week.
Public hearings will be held from 1.30pm to 5pm on Tuesday, November 29 at Sterling Place in Dunkeld.
An open forum will follow the hearings to give surrounding rural community residents the opportunity to share their experiences and views with the Environment, Natural Resources and Regional Development Committee.
Further public hearings will then take place on Wednesday, November 30 from 10am to 1pm.
Committee chair and MP Bronwyn Halfpenny said any member of the community could have their say at the forum.
“We are keen to hear from people about what is working and what isn’t in their local areas and what more can be done to tackle the problems of invasive animals,” she said.
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