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Summer 2017

Published 07 Dec 2017 


  • In fiery footsteps
    There are more than 6,000 patches of rainforest on Wunambal Gaambera country. Fire can both protect and destroy.
  • From the CEO
    Aboriginal Australians have both the knowledge and the skills to manage many of the environmental challenges facing us.
  • Chris Grubb, President
    Our new President has supported us for more than 14 years, six on the Board.
  • Coming together for Flashjacks
    Our volunteers and staff got close with Bridled Nailtail Wallabies in a record survey.
  • Dealing with the devil
    A long-term control program on Yourka Reserve is stopping the spread of Siam Weed.
  • Letting the land breathe
    Volunteers Annie and Ian Mayo are in the rhythm of removing fences.
  • Like moths to a flame
    The value of moths is often overlooked, but these diverse insects underpin many ecosystems.
  • Thank you
    Thanks to the many supporters who've generously donated to our work.