The TLC summer newsletter brings great news on the campaign to protect Kelvedon Hills, takes you to Daisy Dell Reserve with our Natural Guardians, and introduces you to some of the new faces around the TLC.
The TLC winter newsletter announces our new campaign to protect a species-rich, biologically diverse and iconic property on the east coast at Kelvedon Hills. You'll also hear more about burning to protect orchids, saving the giant freshwater crayfish, and our recent Discovery Day at Prosser River Reserve.
The TLC autumn newsletter announces our newest reserve - Tinderbox Hills - and includes your invitation to celebrate its protection. You'll also hear more about our project tracking quolls in the highlands, and find out why Head of Science Alex Kutt loves nature.
The TLC summer newsletter celebrates Tasmania's forward-thinking conservation landholders, introduces us to the little lives of Tinderbox Hills and tags along on a Natural Guardians trip to our newest reserve, on the east coast.
The TLC Spring newsletter takes you to our newest reserve on Tassie's east coast and tells the story of the bequest that made it happen. We'll also help you keep track of conservation, and let you know who won the latest Bird Conservation Scholarship.
Our spring newsletter has arrived!
$25,000 to help Tasmanian devils on private land29.03.2018
The TLC has been awarded a $25,000 grant for community based monitoring of the Tasmanian devil of private lands.
Discover how the TLC's Bird Conservation Fund is helping protect critical habitats for Tasmania’s bird life, and find out how we celebrated the most recent addition to our protected area network - Daisy Dell Reserve. We also take a look topics discussed at the 2017 National Private Land Conservation Conference.
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.
Newsletter 47 Autumn 201605.04.2016
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.