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Around 20 corporate volunteers from Australian furniture retailer Koala, WWF-Australia, and International Volunteers for Peace helped plant habitat for local wildlife at an award-winning Land for Wildlife property near Crookwell […]Read more
Local organisations and government agencies in NSW’s Bega Valley are working with farmers to assist wildlife by regenerating and reconnecting sparse and fragmented habitats. Bega Cheese, and the Regional Circularity […]Read more
Researchers at Griffith University have discovered that the majority of critical habitat and movement pathways for southern greater gliders in Queensland lie outside of protected areas. Dr Patrick Norman and […]Read more
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, Owner of Toledo farm