in our nature
I arrived feeling a little stupid and frankly slightly skeptical
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Burning to Plan

Anna Povey | 2 August 2018

For many landholders, the question of how to burn their property for risk reduction and biodiversity conservation can be a paralysing one.

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Saving the Tasmanian Devil

tasland | 16 July 2018

Providing essential habitat and security to some of Tasmania's most endangered animals is just one of the reasons the Tasmanian Land Conservancy (TLC) believes passionately in securing long-term protected reserves.


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The landscape value of protected areas on private land

Oliver Strutt | 28 June 2018

Since European settlement, land clearing, grazing, urban development, changed fire regimes, agriculture and irrigation have all impacted Tasmania’s ecosystems. Human activity has reduced and fragmented the habitats of our native plants and animals.
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Conservation through citizen science

tasland | 19 June 2018

Our ancestors have carefully examined nature and its intricacies for thousands of years. The desire to understand the environment around us is innate – the effects and infiltration of it into our lives undeniable.
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Liffey’s legacy

tasland | 13 June 2018

Few places have had as much of an influence on the global conservation movement with as little recognition as the Liffey Valley, located in Tasmania’s central north.
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Skullbone Plains Discovery Weekend

Phill Roach | 9 June 2018

Warm laughter and song rises, mingled with soaring sparks fleeing a scattering of fire pits. Festoon lights swing in the breeze, animating long shadows to dance against an illuminated forest backdrop. Children wildly run in and out of the brightly coloured marquee and crowd, who reactively reel, cradling their drinks and plates of food-truck fare closer. Sounds more celebration than conservation but it is assuredly both.
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