2014 newsletters

Published 05 Jan 2014 

Summer 2014

Spring 2014

Winter 2014

  • Helping protect remnant habitats
    If our campaign to protect the Monjebup Creek property' in the Fitz‑Stirling region of south‑west Western Australia is successful, another piece of the Gondwana Link puzzle will fall into place.
  • Our valuable volunteers
    Volunteers help us stretch our resources to achieve more of our conservation priorities.
  • Controlling carp on the 'Bidgee
    An exciting new research project is fusing science with community engagement to track carp movements and trial control methods on the Murumbidgee at Scotsdale Reserve.
  • Transforming rains
    After one of the driest years on record for many of our rangeland reserves, some were fortunate to get late summer rain.
  • Blues for the Bush & Open Day 2014
    Following the success of last year's inaugural Blues for the Bush event, it will be welcomed back on October 4.
  • Visiting the Liffey Valley
    Liffey River Reserve in Tasmania provides a chance to explore ancient World Heritage listed forests and connect with a landscape that inspired pivotal campaigns for the environmental movement in Australia.
  • From the CEO 
    Gerard O'Neill discusses our acquisition of Monjebup Creek, and announces a new strategy and vision.

Autumn 2014

  • Managing a summer scorcher
    This summer, on Carnarvon Station Reserve in Queensland, wildfires burnt for several weeks. Changing climatic conditions are making fire planning and preparation, to handle such events, more important than ever.
  • Mosaic burning research 
    Emma Burgess has been investigating mosaic burns at Carnarvon for her PhD studies.
  • Songs of the bush 
    Meet John Hutchinson, creator of the world's pre-eminent collection of Western Australian bird songs.
  • Caring for Country 
    We've agreed to extend partnerships with the Warddeken of west Arnhem Land and Balkanu, in Cape York.
  • Visiting Bush Heritage reserves 
    New and improved access opportunities.
  • From the CEO 
    "In October, the Top 50 Philanthropic Gifts of All Time were announced in Melbourne. Bush Heritage was the recipient of not one but two of the extraordinary gifts recognised."
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