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Funded by the Australian Government’s Caring for our Country program. Community activities continued...
The headwaters of Watson Creek are in Frankston South. The creek passes through Somerville and Pearcedale...
The Southern Brown Bandicoot is listed as nationally endangered under the Commonwealth Environment...
Come along to Coolart Wetlands and Homestead for Science in the Park on Sunday 13 August! Meet Biosphere staff, find out about the Biosphere and hear a presentation from our Water Stewardship Project Officer.
The third Biodiversity Forum, held on Friday 30 June 2017, was attended by around 100 people from the community, environmental groups, agencies and local government. This year's Forum celebrated the Biosphere's Growing Connections Project, funded by the Australian Government, which came to a close on 30 June, with presentations from the Biosphere and Growing Connections partner organisations. The Forum's keynote presentation covered the new statewide Biodiversity Plan and how we can all get involved in delivering the desired outcomes.
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