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Media Centre

All Western Port Biosphere media releases can be accessed below.

For all general media inquiries please contact Sarah Coe.

T: +61 3 5979 2167
Monday to Thursday, afternoons only.
Email: admin@biosphere.org.au

28 May 2019

Ramsar Awareness Project


23 April 2019

Election Commitment

14 March 2019

Change afoot at the Western Port Biosphere

The Board of the Biosphere is broadening its skills base, with the recent appointment to the Board of David Cross, a very active member of the Frankston community.

18 October 2018

BlueScope Western Port Completes its Site Water Stewardship Plan

22 February 2018

Seeking citizen scientists to implement a Fox monitoring and control project

Western Port Biosphere Reserve has received funding from the Victorian Government Biodiversity On-ground Action – Community & Volunteer Action Grant program to coordinate a 2-year fox monitoring and control project in the coastal northern Western Port region.

4 December 2017

Inaugural Western Port Biosphere Water Stewardship Forum, November 2017

The Western Port Biosphere recognised the first two water stewards in the Water Stewardship Regional Recognition Program – the first such program to be established in the Water Stewardship framework – at the inaugural Western Port Biosphere Water Stewardship Forum on Thursday 16 November 2017 at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne.

Below are links to presentations given by Lance Lloyd (Biosphere Project Officer), Professor John Langford (Chair, AWS Asia Pacific) and Peninsula Fresh Organics.

29 July 2016

International Student Collaboration to Protect our Biosphere Waterways

Students from Somerville Secondary College and Zhongce Vocational School in Hangzhou, China spoke for the first time via Skype on 29 July 2016 as part of a Western Port Biosphere water stewardship initiative in conjunction with Water Stewardship Australia.This initiative will allow students to share project experiences and data on water saving, water protection and water monitoring activities in their respective school grounds and local water catchments with the help of translators, including Water Stewardship Australia's Asia-Pacific Manager Zhenzhen Xu, who was in Australia to help finalise arrangements.

12 May 2016

Western Port Biosphere holds second annual Biodiversity Forum

Over 80 people attended the 2nd annual Biodiversity Forum at Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne on Friday 6th May 2016, which this year had a general theme of pest control. The Forum is an opportunity for the Biosphere to present the work being undertaken as part of the Australian Government-funded Growing Connections Project, and the projects of our partner councils, Landcare and community groups. Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt also spoke at the event, and the keynote presentation was delivered by Professor John Woinarski, Deputy Director of the Threatened Species Recovery Hub in the National Environmental Science Programme at Charles Darwin University

1 December 2015

Inghams Awarded World-First Gold Level Water Stewardship Certification

Western Port Biosphere and Water Stewardship Australia (WSA) are proud to announce that Inghams Enterprises, Somerville is the first site in Australia and internationally to receive gold level Water Stewardship certification.

17 September 2015

Mission: Lifesearch

Lifesearch 2015 will run from Saturday 17 October to Sunday 25 October. There are prizes for the school, and individual or group who record the most observations during Lifesearch.

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