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5/11/19 Water Weeds workshop- 8 places left

  A one-day workshop with a bit of everything… Water Weeds, the Biosecurity Act, the National Restoration Standards and networking…what more could you want? Charlie Mifsud, DPI’s Aquatic Weeds Project Officer in the Invasive Species Program will be the main presenter. The day is designed to be a learning and networking opportunity with morning tea and [...]

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Are you a skilled bush regenerator ?

Are you a skilled bush regenerator but don't yet have your AABR accreditation? AABR is seeking Bush Regeneration Practitioner Accreditation applications from the many practicing bush regenerators who have a Cert III CLM and the requisite experience but are not yet accredited. Applicants are assumed to have the 12 AABR bush regenerator competencies  upon completion [...]

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Comments sought on national light pollution guidelines for wildlife

The Commonwealth Department of the Environment and Energy is developing National Light Pollution Guidelines for Wildlife including marine turtles, seabirds and shorebirds (National Light Pollution Guidelines). The purpose of these Guidelines is to raise awareness of the potential impacts of artificial light on wildlife and provide a framework for assessing and managing these impacts on [...]

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Powerful Owl Coalition

The Powerful Owl Coalition’s publication, Protecting Powerful Owls in Urban Areas – Powerful Owls benefit people, :   is must read for restoration practitioners. The 36-page position statement not only has background information on the need to protect the Powerful Owls along with their biology and habitat requirements, it also has a dedicated section for various [...]

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REC Forum recollections

In August  several AABR members attended the NSW Roadside Environment Committee Forum - Linear Reserves: Linking People, Nature and Infrastructure. Whilst linear reserves are largely roadsides, they also include Travelling Stock routes and riparian areas plus other type of corridors. It is estimated that linear reserves in NSW cover about 6% of the state. In some [...]

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Support regenTV

regenTV is AABR’s video platform and we love to record the knowledge that is shared at our field days and forums because not everyone can get to a field day or forum. There’s always so much to capture with experts on hand sharing their passion projects and enthusiastic participants asking the million dollar questions. Making [...]

31/8/19 Field Day at Wallaroo

Connecting Corridors by Conservancy AABR and the Cumberland Land Conservancy (CLC) are hosting an all-day field trip on Saturday 31/8/19 at the Wallaroo propertyto explore the natural assets of the endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland and evaluate the tools and techniques being used to monitor and restore the seven vegetation types present on the CLC reserves. [...]

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Tein McDonald – Member of the Order of Australia

Tein McDonald - Member of the Order of Australia For significant service to conservation and the environment. “… she is a shining example of selfless giving to the community and the environment. She is certainly a rare individual of disarming modesty matched by quiet determination.”- Professor Kingsley Dixon (John Curtin Distinguished Professor) Dr Tein McDonald [...]

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We need to know what you want!

Members & Supporters Survey AABR has been around for over 30 years and is as relevant now as it was then. As the pressure to retain and restore habitat increases and the impacts of climate change become progressively more obvious AABR is looking to ensure that its members are equipped to be at the forefront [...]

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Restoration Standards plain language

  The National Restoration Standards underwent a review in September 2018. To accompany the revised document a plain language guide was produced summarising the six principles that guide the National Restoration Standards. Links to these documents are here.

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