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08th December 2022

Leading environmental organisations call on government to give fresh impetus to large-scale connectivity efforts

Over twenty leading Australian and international environmental organisations have signed a declaration calling on government to support a system of continental and regional-scale green corridors to build community and natural […]

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20th November 2022

Global stewardship exchange catalyses vital new conservation connections

Our planet is battling a deluge of unprecedented challenges – global warming, large-scale deforestation, escalating extinction rates and climate disasters threaten our existence and the very fabric of our societies. […]

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17th November 2022

Virtual fencing pilot on NSW South Coast aims to reduce roadkill and improve driver safety

In a first for New South Wales, a ‘virtual fence’ is being trialled on a section of road on the South Coast in the hopes that it will help curb […]

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24th October 2022

Local and international conservation leaders present at inaugural connectivity conference in Brisbane

Over 130 conservation practitioners, landholders, Indigenous-led organisations, community groups, eNGOs and government representatives came together for Connecting People, Connecting Nature in Brisbane from 18-19 October. The inaugural connectivity conference was […]

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  • From the corridor

    The Great Eastern Ranges brings landholders, local communities, traditional owners, researchers, organisations and government together to deliver shared conservation goals and aspirations across public and private land. Here are some of the incredible people, groups and projects that are helping to turn GER's bold vision into reality.

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The Great Eastern Ranges vision is hugely important. The basic work you do on your farm improves your connection to your land, but being part of an initiative that's joining people, landholders and a whole range of different agro-ecological settings and being part of a much bigger vision is very exciting.

Dr Robyn Alders

Dr Robyn Alders, Owner of Toledo farm

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