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Blog Post - Glider Renovation Rescue

The K2W Glideways Bushconnect project, funded by a grant from the NSW Environmental Trust and delivered by FNPW on behalf of the Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala partnership, is a collaboration to conserve gliders and their habitat by restoring natural connections across the Abercrombie Catchment. The region is home to five of the six species of gliding possum found in Australia – Squirrel Glider, Yellow-bellied Glider, Feathertail Glider, Sugar Glider and Greater Glider – and over 2,400 species of native plants, animals, fish and reptiles. 

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Blog Post - Food glorious food?

Aquaculture of Atlantic salmon in Tasmania is currently expanding, with the potential for interactions with reef ecosystems a significant concern. 

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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 - 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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