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Our 50th edition is here, with stories from our recent Discovery Day events at the Vale of Belvoir and precious Daisy Dell, the colossal volunteer achievements from this summer's field season and the latest findings from our fauna monitoring program.
Short and sweet opportunity to count endangered butterflies11.04.2017
Walking slowly through the grassy valley of the TLC’s Vale of Belvoir Reserve, the sun warming my face, I’m rewarded with clusters of tiny butterflies fluttering out of the tussock grass.
Poets and Painters at The Big Punchbowl19.12.2016
The 2016-17 Poets and Painters event brings together talent from Tasmania and beyond in stimulating and expressive partnerships.
The spring edition of the TLC's newsletter is full of news of our efforts to protect Daisy Dell near Cradle Mountain, poets and painters let loose at The Big Punchbowl, the fantastic Discovery Day at Panatana and all our events between now and the new year.
Coming Soon…the Loo With a View!29.11.2016
The TLC's first crowd funding campaign - The Loo With View - has been a big success. Here's the story.
Annual General Meeting09.11.2016
Notification of the TLC Annual General Meeting
Loo with View25.10.2016
Imagine sitting on the Skullbone throne looking out over the sprawling plains, with majestic cider gums guarding the intricate marshes and wetlands, delicate cushion plants and moss beds. What an incredible moment to enjoy a Loo With a View, knowing that you helped keep this special place wild.
BE THE CHANGE YOU WISH TO SEE IN THE WORLD – BE A VOLUNTEER!23.08.2016
Here at the TLC we have a volunteer strategy that provides the opportunity for volunteers to contribute to our conservation activities while gaining sound skills and knowledge in their personal development.
Media Release: National Science Week’s Wildlife Spotter seeks citizen scientists01.08.2016
Australian wildlife scientists need your eyeballs this August to help them find where the wild things are for Wildlife Spotter.
The Field of Dreams05.07.2016
Mark Clemens is a photographer, published writer, award winner and generous supporter of the TLC. So, the TLC would like to support Mark in return.