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Blog Post - Saving Murray River turtles from extinction - FNPW Project update

Saving Murray River turtles from extinction - this project unites a world- class research team with diverse industry partners, indigenous groups, and non-government organisations from three states to address a problem of national significance.  

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Blog Post - NSW Private Land Conservation Grants - $300K funding available

$300,000 for Private Land Conservation Grants in New South Wales. The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW) has allocated almost $2 million in Private Land Conservation Grants (PLCG) funding over the last ten years. This includes $300,000 being allocated this year to successful recipients of the grant’s program. With 80% of rainforests gone and the remainder fast disappearing, along with many threatened native wildlife, it is more important than ever to make a change.  

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Blog Post - Nurturing PLC in NSW a new FNPW Project

And Celebrating 10 years of conservation on private land in NSW. FNPW was awarded a grant via the LECG program administered by Environmental Trust in late 2016 - to support FNPW’s Nurturing PLC in NSW Project. FNPW was awarded the 2-year grant to research the impact of private land conservation in NSW over this period and research the social value of conservation activities.
 

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Blog Post - Private Land Conservation Success Story

Having bought their beautiful property on the Central Coast (Wamberal) of New South Wales in 2001, Tom and Ann Raine were quick to notice the original bushland area was covered in several noxious, damaging weeds. They immediately set about transforming their once 4.5 hectares of grassy paddocks and run-down bushland into part native garden and restored bushland -  with the most apt of names  - ‘Rainridge Wildlife Refuge'. 
 

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Blog Post - Yellomundee gains 25% more Yellow Rock

Through private land donations to FNPW our Regional and National Parks can grow and be retained not only for future visitors to enjoy but also for our wildlife and habitat to thrive.  

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Turtles in the Murray River are at risk of extinction, with more than 70% less turtles than 40 years ago. Find out more...