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Registrations open for PLC24 annual conference
July 19, 2024

Registrations are now open for the Australian Land Conservation Alliance's annual conference, which will be held on 10-11 October 2024 in Sydney. 

The PLC24 conference is a vital platform for exploring barriers and opportunities to accelerate and expand nature action and finance, and is delivered as a 2-day program of workshops, plenaries and concurrent sessions with an exciting line-up of Australian and international speakers.

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KoC in NZ!
June 21, 2024

We are excited to share that our Kids on Country™ team—Warren Milera and Katie Perry—will be presenting at the Indigenous Wellbeing Conference in Aotearoa, New Zealand, in October 2024.

Now in its fourth year, the Indigenous Wellbeing Conference celebrates Indigenous community, culture and identity to help advance social and emotional wellbeing for all First Nations Australian, Māori and Pasifika people.

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Our Natural Legacy: Private Land Conservation Forum for Landholders
June 17, 2024

As a proud member of the Australian Land Conservation Alliance (ALCA) we are happy to share this save the date for Our Natural Legacy: Private Land Conservation Forum for Landholders.

This forum serves as a platform for landholders from different regions and states to learn from and connect with each other, and share their priorities with key organisations.

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Take part in the Birds in Backyards winter survey
June 03, 2024

The Birds in Backyards winter survey is now open, and in just 20 minutes you can contribute valuable data to help Australia's birds.

The purpose of these surveys is to help scientists learn more about birds in urban areas.

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Giving our Iron-grass a helping hand at Tiliqua
May 31, 2024

In late May, Nature Foundation volunteers provided some much-needed water to Iron-grass at Tiliqua Nature Reserve, a crucial intervention that significantly improved their chances of survival following the long dry spring until the winter rains arrive. Iron grass is a long-lived, hardy plant that is the backbone of a grassland community.

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