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Trinity College joins in Cranbrook Planting

Monday 22nd July 2019 Volunteer University Students help plant out landcare sites A team from Trinity Residential College at the UWA joined in a two day program of tree planting for habitat restoration on a farm near Cranbrook on the 18th and 19th July 2019. The team of eight, led by College head, Mike Shearer, […]

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Balijup Fauna Citizen Science Report released

In March 2019 , Green Skills completed a State 2 project for the Balijup project aimed to build community capacity in the eco-restoration of the 919ha Balijup property near Tenterden with its Fauna Sanctuary (a 111ha fenced feral predator free exclosure into which Quenda (Southern Brown Bandicoots) and Coomarl (Brush tailed possums) have been successfully […]

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The 2019 South Coast Festival of Birds And Biodiversity Concludes

The South Coast Festival of Birds and Biodiversity 2019 concluded on the 10 April  co-ordinated by Green Skills and BirdLife Australia. Over 30 events comprised this Festival with a hundreds of participants, young and old. Here are pics from some of the events- Lots of fun and learning and a strong focus on conservation. A […]

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Katannning Art Exhibition Opening and Eco Restoration Forum

On Monday 21 January, Green Skills, in  conjunction with the Shire of Katanning’s Art Gallery held a Gondwana Connections art exhibition  opening and eco restoration event at which 34 people attended.This event forms part of the South Coast Festival of Birds & Biodiversity. This exhibition opening included a Welcome to  Country by a Katanning Noongar […]

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Citizen Science In Action

Volunteers needed to help Green Skills with surveying Bandicoots, Phascogales and Birds as part of Balijup eco-restoration project: In 2015  Green Skills has established a 111ha fenced fauna conservation sanctuary in Wandoo & Jarrah forest at Balijup ( see  https://chuffed.org/project/balijup) Over coming weeks, we are teaming up with wildlife ecologists and the Conservation Council of […]

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