The Western Port Biosphere Draft Biodiversity Plan is now available for comment.
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Funded by the Australian Government’s Caring for our Country program. Community activities continued...
The Southern Brown Bandicoot is listed as nationally endangered under the Commonwealth Environment...
The Western Port Biosphere Foundation, Water Stewardship Australia and Inghams Australia are partners in...
It is one of Victoria’s most polluted waterways, exceeding the State Environment Protection Plan levels in...
Over 90 representatives from community groups, councils, state agencies and individual landholders attended the Growing Connections Biodiversity Planning Forum held at the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne on 17th April 2015.
“We were delighted by the positive response to this forum” said Ms Cecelia Witton...
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