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What a great day for our region! Today the Australian Government released the list of successful projects under the first round of the Biodiversty Fund.I'm pleased to share the news that Nature Glenelg Trust has been awarded 2 grants, worth almost $2.3M over 6 years,...

Last Thursday I caught the bus to Portland with Brendan (my eldest son), for us to pick up where we left off the Great South West Walk (GSWW) 18 months ago. If you don't know about this spectacular 250km loop hike, then check this link: http://www.greatsouthwestwalk.com.Having seen heathy...

Tuesday last week, Cath and I had the opportunity to have a look at a couple of locations in Long Swamp in far South West Victoria with some locals from the Nelson area and some visitors from Warrnambool and Ballarat. This continuous stretch of significant coastal...

On Saturday I had an early start to attend the Brolga Recovery Group meeting at a property called Mooramong, near Skipton.This part of western Victoria is a very interesting landscape. While it is predominantly cleared farming country that is grazed or cropped, the prevalence of volcanic...

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After what feels like a long time since our last decent rain here at Mumbannar, it was nice to have it rain all afternoon on Saturday.Not only has it freshened up the forest (and our vegie garden), but I think a good rain during a...

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