Category: Events and visits

  • 12th May 2004

    Swamped by good science!

    The WildCountry Science Council has just completed a tour of the Link’s Fitz-Stirling area, which provided an excellent cross-fertilisation of ideas and knowledge. The visit included a low-level fly…

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  • 30th March 2004

    Visitors from New England

    We were delighted to be visited by Board members from the Maine Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. The Conservancy supports conservation in 35 countries across the world, and this visit was part of a…

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  • 14th September 2003

    Launch of Chereninup Creek Reserve

    Donors and supporters gather. The launch of Bush Heritage Australia’s Chereninup Creek Reserve was a grand event, with over 100 donors and supporters coming from near and far. Bush Heritage CEO Doug…

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  • 30th April 2003

    Another property secured!

    Bush Heritage finalised the legal transfer of ownership on its Chereninup Creek reserve today. It’s impressive to see their legal machinery in action, and the effort that keeps on going until the…

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  • 04th April 2003

    We’re at the movies.

    A screening at Cinema Paradiso in Perth of the documentary “A Million Acres a Year” was a sell-out, with over 240 attending. Keith Bradby and Frank Rijavec, who produced the documentary, spoke to…

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  • 10th March 2003

    Three cheers for Twin Creeks Reserve

    Another Conservation effort makes its mark. Today saw the launch by Federal MP Sharman Stone of the Twin Creeks Conservation Reserve just north of the Porongurups. The Friends of the Porongorups, with…

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  • 07th March 2003

    Eyes wide open!

    Gorepani Gallery near Albany launched an exhibition of installations by a number of noted artists. The launch was timed to coincide with and celebrate the national screening by SBS TV of the…

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  • 07th December 2002

    A Gondwana Link Council

    All six founder groups were able to meet in Perth today – Australian Bush Heritage Fund, Fitzgerald Biosphere Group, Friends of Fitzgerald River Park, Greening Australia, Malleefowl Preservation…

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  • 04th September 2002

    Focus on continental scale processes

    Keith represented Gondwana Link at The Wilderness Society’s Wild Country Science Council meeting in Canberra. The Council is an eminent group of ecologists who share our concerns that it is past…

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