WHAT’S ON


Hands Healing the Land-Boodja-Moort-Kaartdijin

Community Science Conference

19 March 2021 at Keiran McNamara Conservation Science Centre

Join landcare practitioners, scientists, students and community volunteers come together to celebrate how community make a difference in caring for our unique flora and fauna, learn from traditional owners and build community. Find out more about this Community Science Conference here

Don’t delay, put 19 March 2021 in your diary now and secure your ticket via this link. Ticket prices start from $10 for the full day and include catering.

We are still keen to receive submissions for short oral presentations and posters. If you have a story to tell please submit your information to the conference organiser.


The Aboriginal archaeological survey is underway in the corridor

Archaeologists, students and Aboriginal monitors are getting some dirt under their fingernails this week (14-18 December) to find out more about the indigenous cultural heritage of the area.

Archaeologists and Aboriginal monitors working on shovel test pits within the corridor

 

Archaeologists about to commence survey of a 1sqm quadrant within the corridor

Find out more about this archaeological survey here

 


We have launched the #corridorlife campaign to celebrate the rehabilitation efforts of our volunteers and community, plus the natural values within the Wildlife Corridor. We want you to share your stories, favourite places, experiences, or just what you love about the Corridor. Find out more at #corridorlife.