Over the final few weeks of the Mt Burr Swamp campaign and its aftermath, there was plenty of media action, following on from earlier radio interviews (to recap – click here for part 1, and here for part 2).
First up in this final batch, we re-post the ABC South East radio interview from the 28th of September.
After a general Mt Burr Swamp update, NGT’s Nick Whiterod joined in the progressive conversation to talk about native freshwater fish in the South East. This gave us an opportunity to explain how a wet year has benefits that extend far beyond ecological values, and how fish and frogs are useful indicators of the health of our water resources.
Next up for what was meant to be the final ABC interview on the 5th of October, just after settlement occurred, was this overview chat of the fundraiser to that point – and a conversation with one of the contributing artists to the Cross Border exhibition, Steve Bourne.
Then lastly, for what ended up being the final chat on the 12th of October, another interview to summarise the previous weekend of celebrations!
And here is the final batch of newspaper articles…