23 to 25 July 2007 at the Wellington Town Hall.
The theme was centered on our exposure to biosecurity issues at local, national and international levels. This included looking at the effect of biosecurity on industry, protecting and impeding it; and how best to ‘expose’ the biosecurity messages to a wider audience.
Presentations were given by The Minister for Biosecurity, the Assistant-Director General MAF Biosecurity, CEO of ERMA, and international speakers from the United States of America and New Caledonia.
The presentations covered topics such as how to engage the wider community with the biosecurity industry, didymo’s impact on Meridian Energy, biocontrol of heather, possum killing and much more.
The abstracts from the conference can be viewed here or downloaded as a pdf here.