Natural and Cultural Heritage Program
Sustainable Development Program
Please follow the link to read more about these programs:
Projects Update – 14 May 14 (1)
Wild Count Project – get involved
Motion-sensitive digital cameras are being placed throughout 200 eastern NSW nature reserve locations, to detect if there is a 30% change in a species’ occurrence over a ten-year period. This measurement will help determine a species listing as vulnerable under the IUCN red list.
You can follow the link above to apply to get involved in 2015.
Exploring environmental issues through an enviro-cultural schools program and working collaboratively with communities in artistic cultural expression.
Community cultural development and Earth Journeys:
Valuing Community Participation
We can’t take our native fauna for granted.
Get involved in protecting Australian biodiversity.
What we know is that dingoes play a very important role in protecting native species from foxes and cats in the desert. We expect the situation could be similar in the forests of the GBMWHA. Thus, we need to invest more time and energy into learning about dingoes and dingo ecology.
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