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Blog Post - Celebrate NAIDOC Week this weekend at a National Park

Each year NAIDOC week activities and events are held around Australia to recognise and celebrate indigenous culture across the country. From July 7-14 you can be part of the celebrations and learn more about the land, the people and the culture of the part of Australia that you live in. This year’s theme is VOICE. TREATY. TRUTH.  

Blog Post - Bandicoot "Super Highway" Shifts Into Next Gear

Connecting habitat to protect Bandicoots in the Adelaide Hills  

Blog Post - Citizen Scientists Descend On Wombeyan Caves

More than 50 citizen scientists descended on Wombeyan Caves in May to participate in the annual K2W ‘Bioblitz’ wildlife survey, a 24hr marathon of expert-led flora and fauna surveys. Hosted by the Kanangra to Wyangala (K2W) Partnership together with national conservation charity the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW), the weekend is part of a growing Citizen Science movement where every-day Australians work alongside scientists to improve our knowledge of native plants and animals. The data collected is added to the public record and used to plan future conservation projects and manage biodiversity in our national parks and nature reserves. 

Blog Post - FNPW To Support The Creation Of A New National Park In SA

Historic agreements have been signed to protect the world’s single greatest record of Ediacaran fossils at Nilpena Station in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges. Ediacaran fossils tell us much about how the planet and life have evolved, as they preserve snapshots of the seafloor as animal life unfolded some 500 million years ago... 

Blog Post - FNPW Community Conservation Grants - 2019 Grantees

FNPW's Community Conservation Grants program contributes to the protection of Australia's native species, habitats, landscapes and cultural heritage by providing funding for field projects and education programs that have a direct nature conservation outcome. 


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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