Summer 2021

Published 29 Jan 2021 

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  • From the CEO: 30 years of conservation
    Thirty years ago, when Australia’s environmental movement was still finding its feet, a group of people with great foresight realised Australia urgently needed a better model for land conservation and the Australian Bush Heritage Fund was born.
  • The Olkola way
    Olkola Elder Mike Ross is a Bush Hero whose visionary leadership has had a profound impact on Olkola country and people.
  • The blue grass of home
    Vital species live in Carnarvon Station Reserve’s endangered bluegrass grasslands. A new seed harvesting project is helping to ensure their survival in the face of climate change.
  • A package from the bush
    An unlikely delivery from one scientist to another has provided valuable insight into what some consider Australia’s prettiest wallaby.
  • A passion for the wild
    Bush Heritage’s new President Sue O’Connor is happiest photographing a wind-whipped coast at dawn, or out in the bush learning about our reserves and partnerships.​
  • Fluent in grasswren
    A young researcher is learning the language of Western Grasswrens at Hamelin Station Reserve to help with one of Australia’s most ambitious ecological restoration projects.​
  • Brett Howland: My happy place
    Right up in the northern corner of Scottsdale Reserve, up near the Murrumbidgee River, there's a rocky outcrop that retains much of its pre- European beauty, having never been ploughed or pasture improved.
  • Thank you
    Our work is only possible because of generous donations from supporters such as these.