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10 May 2018 Orange-bellied Parrots are on their way back for the winter

[caption id="attachment_27617" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Orange-bellied Parrot: photo by Chris Tzaros[/caption] Orange-bellied Parrots have started their journey back to the mainland and the first wild-bred male parrot has already been sighted near the Werribee treatment plant. The OBP recovery team has again released captive birds at two different sites on...

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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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10 May 2018 In case you missed it… NGT Foundation stories in print and on radio

The launch of the NGT Foundation last month was picked up in the local media - which was a nice early boost to this important new initiative! First up, here is my ABC South East interview with Selina Green, explaining what the Foundation is all about: [audio mp3="http://natureglenelg.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/ABC-SE-interview-with-Mark-NGT-Foundation-20th-April-2018.mp3"][/audio] Finally,...

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10 May 2018 Revisiting the RRR Conference – Part 2 – Breaking long-term deadlocks to restore wetlands on public and private land

Next up in this series (note: you can see Part 1 here) of short 2-page papers I wrote-up after presenting at the Restore, Regenerate, Revegetate  (RRR) Conference in Armidale last year, is a story describing how NGT worked with a wide range of people to progress two proposed restoration projects...

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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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