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Incredible achievements from turtle tracking enviro volunteers

Incredible achievements from turtle tracking enviro volunteers

From the desk of Catherine, South Coast Enviro-Experiences.  What an amazing achievement! Thirty three volunteers participated in the collaborative Save Our Snake-Necked Turtle and City of Albany Turtle Tracking project to help protect turtles and their nests, and...

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Connecting to Country on Kambarang Bush Camp

Connecting to Country on Kambarang Bush Camp

From the desk of Catherine, South Coast Enviro-Experiences.  One of Bush Heritage Australia’s protected reserves, Red Moort Field Station, was the base for an amazing group of local Noongar Yorga to gather for their latest Bush Camp. We met for a healthy lunch and...

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Investing in the future of environmental volunteering

Investing in the future of environmental volunteering

From the desk of Catherine, South Coast Enviro-Experiences.  Students from Great Southern Grammar took a break from their studies this month and became a team of eco-warriors, participating in two events that made a positive impact to our beautiful environment.  South...

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Grazing strategies just one part of the soil carbon puzzle

Grazing strategies just one part of the soil carbon puzzle

From the desk of Suzannah, Project Coordinator.  Grazing management strategies used by livestock producers should be considered as part of efforts to optimise soil carbon sequestration, but other production or ecological benefits may outweigh potential soil carbon...

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