In Newsletter 44 we look at Protected Areas on Private Land (PAPL) program and the difference we have been able to make over the years, we also look at the Central Hihglands weeding program and other work taking place on the reserves, plus a volunteer profile on photographer Heath Holden.
The TLC's annual report is available for reading online.
Jane Hutchinson, Chief Executive Officer of the Tasmanian Land Conservancy has been shortlisted as one of four nominees for the Tasmanian Australian of the Year Award.
The Protected Areas Learning and Research Collaboration announces the second Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation course in 2016.
Knowing where you are is often quite important.
Welcome to the new TLC look and website!
The Tasmanian Land Conservancy (TLC) was delighted to be part of the first Festival of Bright Ideas as part of National Science Week.
There were so many great posts from our previous website which are just too good to lose.
In Newsletter 45 we look at The Big Punchbowl and celebrate how close we are to protecting this amazing place forever, we look at the summer of science and the fire management and other work taking place on the reserves.
The Big Punchbowl is 240 hectare wetland oasis on Tasmania's east coast. Professor Ted Lefroy, Director of the Centre of the Environment at the University of Tasmania, and Andry Sculthorpe, Land and Heritage Project Officer, Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, have joined with the Tasmanian Land Conservancy to protect this unique landscape.
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