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05th May 2022

Lockyer Valley workshop draws in ‘glider groupies’

Lockyer Valley residents flocked to a greater and yellow-bellied glider workshop on 2 April at Gatton, held to encourage landholders to help conserve the threatened marsupials. The free event included […]

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26th April 2022

GER to host high-level conference in Brisbane in October

The Great Eastern Ranges has just announced details of a conference set for October in Brisbane, which will bring together leading local and international experts for a two-day, high-level event. […]

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21st March 2022

Seeding the future for conservation in the Greater Blue Mountains

Upper Lachlan Landcare has partnered with the Southern Tablelands group of the Australian Plants Society to launch a native seed collection project to provide the critical stock needed to help […]

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07th March 2022

Celebrating a visionary leader: Sue Lennox AM

Sue Lennox, one of the Great Eastern Ranges’ founding partners and long-term supporters, has had her passion and commitment to conservation recognised by being awarded a Member of the Order […]

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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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