The TLC spring newsletter includes a celebration of and reminiscence from the TLC's first 20 years (happy birthday to us!), information about measuring carbon on our properties, and an update on our campaign to protect a species-rich, biologically diverse and iconic property on the east coast at Kelvedon Hills.
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.
Read the latest edition of our newsletter to see how Tinderbox Hills inspires science, spot a stripey bandicoot and find out how Five Rivers Reserve is recovering after fire.
Read the latest edition of our newsletter to find out about fire on private conservation land, learn how property purchasers are helping protect swift parrots, and hear a fascinating personal history of Tinderbox Hills.
Read the latest edition of our newsletter to find out about Tinderbox Hills, a conservation gem south of Hobart that the TLC is working to protect; (virtually) visit the Tall Trees Reserve; and see how one of our science team discovered a new Tasmanian plant species.
In the latest edition of our newsletter, we celebrate the protection of 150 hectares of swift parrot breeding habitat, and learn how fire-impacted cider gum seedlings are getting a kick start in recovery. Discover the important natural values protected on private land with the Land for Wildlife Program, and meet a fellow TLC supporter who has found many ways to protect nature with the TLC.
From the Cradle Valley to King Island, our latest newsletter is full of heart-warming stories of conservation to help take the chill off during the winter months ahead. We also take you to Tasmania's east coast, where we are so close to securing 150 hectares of important habitat at Little Swanport!