Author: Rose Thompson

10 May 2018 Planting season is nearly here – and yes, you can join us!

It’s nearly that time of year again – planting season is upon us! Along with other staff and volunteers our nursery officer, Ryan, has been working hard all year to produce seedlings for this years’ revegetation efforts. Over the next couple of months we will be planting...

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14 Feb 2018 Celebrating women in science… and at NGT!

“In order to achieve full and equal access to and participation in science for women and girls, and further achieve gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls, the United Nations… [declared] 11 February as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science”. While...

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14 Feb 2018 Southern Bent-wing Bat Regional Action Plan and workshop

Our region is home to a very special critically endangered animal, one which you may not be familiar with – the Southern Bent-wing Bat. This small insect-eating bat roosts in caves all around the South East and western Victoria. [caption id="attachment_28375" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Southern Bent-wing Bat...

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29 Oct 2017 Checking recruitment at threatened orchid re-introduction sites in the South East

Sheryl and I recently headed out to check on the Little Dip Spider Orchids (Caladenia richardsiorum) that were planted out at various sites in the region in winter 2015. To refresh your memory, these threatened orchids along with three other species were purpose-grown for reintroduction...

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