2nd SERA Conference: Abstracts Due May 2014

Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia (SERA) meetings aim to provide an essential international forum for scientists and practitioners who look to restoration as a means to conserve the planet’s dwindling biodiversity and failing ecosystems. These meetings provide a critical platform to assist us in defining the principles of restoration, understanding goals and milestones, debating what ecosystem […]

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Event :: May 2014 :: Regional Bushcare Workshop

Recognising and sharing expertise among Bushcare and Landcare volunteers across Greater Sydney Greater Sydney Local Land Services invites you to a free workshop to recognise and share expertise among Bushcare and Landcare volunteers with case studies of long term restoration projects across the Greater Sydney region. Register now to come along and share the stories […]

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Event :: April 2014 :: Seed Collection, Storage and Use for Native Vegetation Restoration

Australian Network for Plant Conservation is offering the following event Wednesday, 9 April 2014 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (AEST) This one day workshop will provide participants with the knowledge needed to effectively collect, store and use seed in native vegetation restoration. Participants will gain hands-on experience in developing a collection strategy, seed cleaning, […]

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Event :: March 2014 :: Bush in the City

Visit some of Woollahra Council’s long-term bush regen sites. FRIDAY 14 MARCH 2.30PM Join AABR member Rudi Adlmayer for an afternoon site tour of some of Council’s restoration worksites over the last 25 years. Afternoon tea provided at the end (tea, coffee, biscuits) . Please meet at Cooper Park tennis court kiosk area at the […]

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AABR seminar – an inspiring success!

Paul Gibson-Roy speaking at AABR Seminar October 2013

To encourage people to take positive action for the environment, the Australian Association of Bush Regenerators (AABR) held a free seminar at Sydney Olympic Park on Thursday 3rd October, 2013. The occasion marked a change within the organisation.  For the first time in its 25-year history, AABR has opened its membership to anyone interested in […]

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AABR’s tick protection review is now available

AABR Ticks and tick-borne diseases - protecting yourself Cover

  Ticks and tick-borne diseases – protecting yourself,  is now available as a PDF. It is subtitled “A review of current information and options for bush regenerators, bush workers and people who love the bush.” This publication, edited by Virginia Bear and Lynn Rees, was prompted by a number of bush regenerators and ABBR members […]

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