Author: Mark Bachmann

20 Apr 2018 Launching the NGT Foundation – a new initiative and major milestone for NGT!

[vc_row][vc_column width="2/3"][vc_column_text] After six years of delivering results on the ground, we're demonstrating to our partners, supporters and the wider community that NGT is planning for the future. Inspired by a similar model successfully adopted by the Tasmanian Land Conservancy, who have generously shared their experiences with us, the NGT Foundation...

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20 Apr 2018 Revisiting the RRR Conference – Part 1 – Unlocking the self-sustaining restoration potential of drained wetlands

Back in February 2017, I went along to one of the most interesting and - given NGT's focus on restoration science and practice - most relevant conferences I have ever attended. The Restore, Regenerate, Revegetate  (RRR) Conference in Armidale was a fantastic opportunity to rub shoulders...

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25 Mar 2018 Part 7: The Lake Momboeng Naming Story – Does a tantalising clue reveal a deeper mystery about our local Indigenous languages?

In the previous blog of this series (Part 6), we finally uncovered how the Lang Brothers wanted their run named in 1848. As we explored in Part 4, Gideon Lang paid more attention to the language and activities of the Indigenous people he encountered than many...

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14 Feb 2018 Talking with ABC Radio about NGT’s success in the final round of 20 Million Trees grants

In December 2017, the Australian Government announced the final round of grant recipients under the 20 Million Trees Program. Of the 52 projects approved for funding nationally, NGT was extremely fortunate to receive funding for two projects, to continue revegetation work on our two restoration reserves:...

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