The National Feral Pig Action Plan

Implementation Committee

Established in May 2021, the NFPAP Implementation Committee oversees the implementation of the National Feral Pig Action Plan 2021-2031. A total of 10 members, including an independent Chair, were sought from our extensive, and diverse, stakeholder base. People with expertise in environmental / conservation management, agriculture, Indigenous engagement, and research and development (R&D) were sought to join the committee.

Steering Group

The Steering Group represented a broad range of stakeholder groups and guided the development of the National Feral Pig Action Plan. The Action Plan was delivered to the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment on 15 January 2021.

Members

Mr John Maher

Independent Chair

Dr Heather Channon

National Feral Pig Management Coordinator

Ms Margo Andrae

Australian Pork Ltd

Mr Ricky Archer

North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance

Dr Bruce Christie

DPI NSW Chair, Environment & Invasives Committee

Dr Glenn Edwards

NT DENR & Environment and Invasives Committee representative

Mr John Kargotich

WA Farmers Federation representative

Ms Josephine Laduzko

Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment

Mr Darren Marshall

NRM Regions Australia representative

Dr Leigh Nelson

Grains Research and Development Corporation

Mr David Palmer

Centre for Invasive Species Solutions

Dr Justin Perry

CSIRO

Ms Zena Ronnfeldt

AgForce Queensland representative

Mr Brent Finlay​

Landholder representative

Mr Jason Wishart

Agriculture Victoria

Mr Cameron Allan

Meat and Livestock Australia

Mr Adam Dawes​

Wool Producers Australia

Mr Andrew Sanger

Director of Invasive Plants and Animals, NSW DPI

National Feral Pig Action Plan

Steering Group

The Steering Group represents a broad range of stakeholder groups and is guiding the development of the National Feral Pig Action Plan. The preliminary Action Plan is to be delivered to the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment by 15 January 2021.

Further roundtable meetings for interested stakeholders are to be held to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to provide feedback and input into the National Feral Pig Action Plan’s development.

National Feral Pig Action Plan

Members

Independent Chair

Information here. 

National Feral Pig Management Coordinator

Australian Pork Ltd