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.
Statement on Northern Prison Site01.10.2020
Statement on Northern Prison Site - Birralee Road, Westbury
Call for pitches: Breathing Space21.09.2020
Submissions sought for a new book about nature in Tasmania
Statement on Five Rivers access licence16.09.2020
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.
COVID-19 and the TLC19.03.2020
Along with everybody else, the TLC has had its activities affected by the COVID-19 virus. We are taking steps to help keep our staff, volunteers, landholders and the broader community safe.
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.
Cider gum recovery after bushfire13.09.2019
The Cider Gum (Eucalyptus gunnii) is a true Tasmanian. Like the hardy Tasmanian primary school kids refusing to change from shorts to long pants in the middle of winter, this endemic eucalypt is specially adapted to living in cold and wet conditions.