LWW2015

raccoon living with wildlifeThe best and brightest of scientific co-existence, policymaking, and wildlife advocacy will be gathered together on October 16, 2015 at the 5th annual Living With Wildlife Conference (LWW2015) in Vancouver.

The one-day event, which addresses the concerns of many Canadians who are witnessing an increase in wildlife conflict. Unfortunately, without educational efforts or progressive policies based on true science, many wildlife families are torn apart, and a great deal of cruelty is cast across our landscapes.

That is why the Living With Wildlife conference was first launched, and why it continues to be a successful event – solutions are presented to mitigate and prevent conflict with all manners of wildlife.

Meet the speakers

Invited guests at this event include politicians, provincial and municipal policymakers and planners, advocates, wildlife rehabilitators, farmers, First Nations representatives, and the media. We’re also happy to invite our supporters, who can now register by clicking here.

Tickets are $45 for members, and $55 for non-members. The day begins with registration opening at 8 am and speakers beginning at 9 am. From 4:30 to 5:30 pm the floor will open for networking and socialization. The event is being held at the Holiday Inn Vancouver-Centre (711 W Broadway).

Speaker bios, sponsors, the agenda and registration are all available from our Living With Wildlife event page. We’ll see you in October!

Help Make A Difference

Join The Fur-Bearers today and help us provide alternatives to fur and non-lethal solutions to wildlife conflict. We receive no government funding and rely entirely on donations from supporters like you. To become a monthly donor (for as little as $10/month – the cost of two lattes) please click here and help us save lives today.

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Established in 1953, The Fur-Bearers is a national non-partisan charitable organization dedicated to protecting fur-bearing animals in the wild and confinement. Your donation is tax-deductible.

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