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Come to the Egg Islands Reserve!


We will be heading back to the islands over two working bees this winter to continue the great weed are eradication work. If the idea of boating along the Huon river, experiencing beautiful scenery and achieving conservation in a team of great folk sounds good to you, please join in the fun!


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Newsletter 48 – Winter


Newsletter 48 - Winter edition is out with great stories about how our amazing supporters are bringing us nearer to the protection of Panatana, the after-effects of the ecological burn at the Vale of Belvoir and a farewell tribute to our marvelous retiring reserve manager, Bruce Hay.

National Volunteer Week


All of us working at the Tasmanian Land Conservancy simply couldn't do the nature conservation work we do without the huge contribution from our team of dedicated volunteers.


Ever thought of owning a conservation property?


The Tasmanian Land Conservancy funds conservation work by buying properties with natural values, protecting those special areas with a covenant, then selling them to conservation-minded people.


Six Months On: How an endangered Tasmanian butterfly fared through fire


Research at the Tasmanian Land Conservancy’s Vale of Belvoir Reserve is shedding light on how the endangered Ptunarra brown butterfly copes with fire.


Flat Rock Discovery Day a huge success


Another great TLC event was enjoyed by supporters and community members at the Flat Rock Reserve and Chauncy Vale Wildlife Sanctuary.


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Newsletter 47 Autumn 2016


In Newsletter 47 we hear about the silver lining of the carbon market and the enormous contribution that volunteers make to the TLC. Plus, Jane Hutchinson, our CEO and Tasmanian Australian of the Year talks about 2016 and our year of nature.


Solutions for positive change on International Women’s Day


Jane Hutchinson will deliver the 2016 International Women's Day speech at the University of Tasmania tonight.


Investing in the future: visiting volunteer learns reserve management skills


The TLC believes strongly in investing in the future by fostering young conservation scientists. Late in 2015, a keen young volunteer flew from South Australia to experience the wilderness, and then gain some extra insight into the technicality of managing reserves. This is Jaida's account of her time with the TLC.


Cancellation of the Vale of Belvoir Discovery Day


Message to attendees of Vale of Belvoir Discovery Day | Saturday 30 January 2016