RE Ross Trust Annual Report highlights the Glenelg Spiny Crayfish project

10 Jan 2013 RE Ross Trust Annual Report highlights the Glenelg Spiny Crayfish project

One of the charitable goals of the RE Ross Trust is to invest in the preservation of Australian flora and fauna – and one way it chooses to do so, is by providing funds to the Norman Wettenhall Foundation to run a Small Environmental Grants Scheme.

NGT’s application to the Norman Wettenhall Foundation last year was successful in gaining funding to support important research on the Glenelg Spiny Crayfish, and this project is highlighted on page 47 of the RE Ross Trust Annual Report – click on the image below to enlarge.

NGT is extremely grateful for the support provided by these charitable organisations for helping make it possible for us to get on with the practical research and on-ground activities that are central to our purpose.

RE Ross Trust Annual Report – Page 47 Extract

The full annual report of the RE Ross Trust can be viewed here.

Mark Bachmann
Mark Bachmann
mark.bachmann@natureglenelg.org.au