STRATEGY 2.2: ENGAGEMENT ON AWARENESS AND MANAGEMENT OF BIOSECURITY RISK MATTERS OUTCOMES 2.2.A Groups of producers (primary and/or hobby) are working together to take ownership of local biosecurity risks, and responsibility for developing and implementing voluntary strategies to solve them. 2.2.B Participants have a greater awareness and understanding of the control and prevention strategies for weeds, pests, pathogens and parasites identified as a risk to livestock in their region. 2.2.C Participants adopt on-farm biosecurity practices suitable to their enterprise, to prevent/control the targeted weeds, pest(s), pathogen(s) or parasite(s). KEY SUCCESS MEASURES 40 new local producer networks and organisational networks are formed across Australia. 15% increase in levels of awareness. The participants adopt on-farm biosecurity practices. 20% increase in levels of adoption on-farm and along the supply chain. STRATEGY 2.3: EDUCATION AND TRAINING OUTCOMES 2.3.A Targeting the ‘next generation’ of potential producers and influencers, as well as the wider public, to provide education on what biosecurity is, the potential effects and risks associated with poor biosecurity and improved awareness of productivity and profitability potential through good biosecurity practice. KEY SUCCESS MEASURES A minimum of five RTOs, 10 universities and 100 school engagements for young livestock managers. Uptake of 10 new biosecurity plans in educational other facilities. 14 LBN STRATEGIC PLAN 2017-2022

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