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Tasty Crafty Aliens - Making the best of a bad situation...

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Abby Stancliffe-Vaughan (AKA abby crayfish) has been researching control methods for non-native signal crayfish since 2004, and more recently has become really interested in Reeves muntjac deer. Conversations about ethics, conservation and human behaviour prompted her to start an enterprise focusing on the use of non-native species that are in need of controlling or management. She is an advocate of pragmatic solutions to environmental problems and feels we are on the cusp of some radical re-thinking of what we do and how we do it!

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