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Blog Post - FNPW announces Healing our land

We have all seen the devastation created by Australia’s bushfires. Now it’s time to ease the distress of the animals and start the replenishment of our parks. 

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Blog Post - FNPW Community Conservation Grants 2019 update

The recipients of the 2019 Community Conservation Grants, awarded by the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife, recently completed their conservation projects and submitted reports detailing their activities. From creating bee hotels to the telling of indigenous cultural stories, the recipients undertook a variety of projects across the country focused on many different aspects of conservation and education.  

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Blog Post - Polish firefighters raise money for Australian wildfire relief

Volunteer firefighters from southern Poland have collected money for the rehabilitation and restoration of the Kosciuszko National Park in Australia. This was the "Think globally, act locally" principle in action, said President Andrzej Duda on Thursday. 

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Blog Post - Australian Government announces additional support for Wildlife Heroes

Wildlife Carers will be able to access first aid equipment, animal food and formula, fuel vouchers and mental health support as part of a $1 million funding program announced by the Morrison Government and the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife on 15 February 2020. 

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Blog Post - Polish Fundraise for the Recovery of Kosciuszko National Park

As bushfires continue to ravage Australia, many expressions of solidarity and offers of support from Poland and the Polish community in Australia were received by the Embassy of Poland in Canberra and the Australian Embassy in Warsaw.

W związku z pożarami trawiącymi Australię, Ambasada RP w Canberze i Ambasada Australii w Warszawie otrzymują z Polski oraz od Polonii w Australii wiele wyrazów solidarności oraz zgłoszeń gotowości niesienia pomocy. 

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Healing our land

is our initiative to care for the animals that survived the bushfires, help their numbers grow and protect existing or create new, healthy habitats.

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