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Did you miss a field day?

Now you have a second chance! We think these events are worth sharing with a wider audience, so we are now filming many of them. The first two videos, about seed production for grassy woodland understorey, have just arrived at RegenTV. We have a fair bit of material in the edit queue, and hope to [...]

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Watch out for RegenTV

AABR’s video platform is set to take off over the next 3 years. In January, we received funding from NSW Environmental Trust to develop a video based educational resource. RegenTV will officially launch on our 30th anniversary in July, but it's already taking shape. We have recently added two field day videos and five conference [...]

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UPDATE Ticks and tick-borne Diseases – protecting yourself. Second edition now available

An updated edition of AABR's Ticks and tick-borne diseases-protecting yourself is now available. Thanks to everyone who provided feedback and advice. It has been good to hear that so many people have found it useful. We hope you stay tick-safe and enjoy your time working in the bush! Lynn Rees and Virginia Bear

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AABR seminar – an inspiring success!

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

  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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