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The Glendavale Eco-link Project in Gondwana Link 

The Glendavale Eco-link Project in Gondwana Link 

Green Skills has recently obtained support from a consortium of groups and individuals to help deliver 8 km of fencing support for an important eco linkage project on Glendavale farm 30km east of Borden What will the Ecolink achieve ? The fencing, installed by the farmer as their contribution to the project, will protect the […]

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Partnering with Trinity College on Revegetation Projects Around Cranbrook

Partnering with Trinity College on Revegetation Projects Around Cranbrook

In a recent Green Skills revegetation project nine people helped with the planting of  about 500  native plants (mostly native Callistemon phoeniceus and Calothamnus quadrifidus shrubs and some Salt Paperbark, Melaleuca cuticularis) around the bird hide  at Bob’s Lake on the Lehmann family farm north east of Cranbrook. The team included Greg Duke and 5 […]

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Wetland Restoration

Wetland Restoration

The ecological restoration of wetlands is a key area of expertise and interest for Green Skills. Numerous on-ground restoration projects and ongoing education and training events have been undertaken by Green Skills Staff, Ecojobs staff, and trainees at wetland sites (weeding, re-vegetation and fencing) on the South Coast and in the Perth metropolitan area. On […]

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Living Lakes of Gondwana

Living Lakes of Gondwana

Green Skills is an associate member of the International Living Lakes Network, on behalf of Wilson Inlet. The Living Lakes of Gondwana project is currently being developed to enhance and protect wetlands across the whole of the Gondwana link. Share this post:

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Denmark Wetland Centre

Denmark Wetland Centre

Green Skills has protected and revegetated the Denmark Wetland, on Atkinson Rd and created a Wetlands Education Centre. Some of the initiatives undertaken: Collaboration with artists to create a bird hide ‘Ornitarium’; Ongoing revegetation with local schools and other groups; Construction of a boardwalk into the paperbark swamp; Installation of dieback hygiene facility; and Installation […]

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