- Resilient landscapes projects
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Delivering a science-informed bushfire response
To provide a science-informed response to the devastating 2019-2020 bushfires that optimises wildlife and landscape recovery, the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative is supporting a large-scale,…
Hinterland wildlife corridors
Restoring key habitat linkages between the biodiverse Blackall and Conondale Ranges to facilitate wildlife movement and seed dispersal.
Wall to Wollondilly
Wall to Wollondilly (W2W), led by Greening Australia, is working to protect, maintain and restore the Wingecarribee River, in the Southern Highlands section of the GER Corridor.
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Trees For Pollinators
Planting high volume nectar- and pollen producing trees to support nomadic and migratory pollen-and nectar-dependant birds, bats and butterflies.
Plains to Pacific
Plains to Pacific is a new GER partner initiative to protect, connect and restore the diverse Hawkesbury Nepean River from the Western Plains at Oberon to the Pacific Ocean on the Central Coast….
Restoring resilient landscapes in Greater Goorooyarroo
Reconnecting the woodlands of the ACT with the escarpment forests of the south coast of New South Wales.