Gayini, a vast 87,816 hectare property, is now legally owned by the Nari Nari people, as it has been spiritually for 50,000 years! What a proud day for Nari Nari, the TNC family and their consortium partners.
This area will be managed for the conservation of its precious wildlife, the development of sustainable agriculture and the protection of significant cultural heritage.
Citizen scientists are being encouraged to photograph bushfire-affected areas to help UNSW Sydney researchers track the recovery of flora and fauna after the fires.
And we’re off again - starting the 37th
Bandicoots, Stick-nest Rats and Bilbies used to call the Strzelecki Desert in Sturt National Park home.
Water is a hot topic in our currently drought affected country. Do we have enough water? How do we balance the needs of both agriculture and the environment?