TLC BEQUESTS EVENT – A LASTING GIFT TO NATURE22.06.2017
Leaving a gift to The Tasmanian Land Conservancy (TLC) in your will is one of the most powerful and lasting ways to help protect Tasmania’s beautiful plants, wildlife and important natural places, forever.
In this wonderfully wintry edition, find out how close we are to protecting the rich highland habitat of Daisy Dell, and meet some elusive marsupials that call it home. We also introduce the TLC's inspirational Patrons, and invite you to the launch of the exciting art and nature collaboration 'Poets and Painters - Celebrating the Big Punchbowl'.
Shy delights at Daisy Dell05.06.2017
Photographer Heath Holden has been capturing amazing images of the flora and fauna on TLC reserves since 2014. His photos have featured in our newsletters, social media, on our website and in annual reports. Through Heath's lens we enjoy glimpses of nature that we would otherwise miss.
Getting the Loo to the View22.05.2017
The Tasmanian Land Conservancy (TLC) wants people to be able to enjoy the benefits of nature without leaving anything behind. That’s why we launched the Loo with a View crowdfunding campaign.
Exquisite collaboration between art and nature31.07.2017
The launch of the Poets and Painters exhibition on the evening of Friday 28 July, and the first of a series of poetry readings on Saturday 29 July have been outstanding successes.
Media Release – Poets and Painters Exhibition Launch27.07.2017
The 2017 Poets and Painters event will launch at the Moonah Arts Centre on Friday 28 July at 6.00 pm. Media are invited to view the exhibition and speak to artists and curators.
This is art speaking: Finding new audiences for nature conservation07.07.2017
The story of the TLC’s collaborations with artists and curators has won a prize at the 2017 Conference on Communication and Environment at the University of Leicester, UK.
Please join us at the Poets and Painters launch07.07.2017
Please join us at the launch of Poets and Painters - Celebrating The Big Punchbowl on Friday 28 July at the Moonah Arts Centre.
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.
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.