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25 October 2017

Western Port Biosphere 2016 - 2017 Annual Report available

The 2016 - 2017 Western Port Biosphere Annual Report is available to view as a flipbook or to view/download as a PDF. The Annual Report provides information about the Biosphere's projects and activities during the financial year.

5 October 2017

Connector Issue 15 (October - December 2017) out now

Issue 15 of The Connector newsletter is online now with updates from the Biosphere Foundation, councils and community groups

31 August 2017

Business Plan 2016-2017: Work Plan Targets progress as at 30 June 2017

The Board of the Mornington Peninsula and Western Port Biosphere Reserve Foundation formally expresses its appreciation of the efforts of our staff to meet the work plans as outlined in the 2016/17 Business Plan despite the ongoing difficulties of our situation during the year. View the Work Plan Targets Progress as at 30 June 2017.

22 August 2017

We have moved!

The Biosphere office has moved. As of Wednesday 23 August 2017 you'll find us at Shop 1, 97 High Street, Hastings (next to Subway). Our contact information remains the same: 5979 2167, admin@biosphere.org.au.

10 August 2017

Register for Lifesearch 2017 from Monday 14 August!

Lifesearch 2017 runs throughout September to coincide with Biodiversity Month. Lifesearch is the Biosphere’s annual citizen science event for schools, individuals, families and community groups. It's a fabulous opportunity to get out in nature and discover the plants, birds, insects, and other animals in the Western Port Biosphere Reserve.

This year Lifesearch runs throughout September 2017 to coincide with Biodiversity Month: Register and find out more at www.biosphere.org.au/get-involved/lifesearch

7 July 2017

Presentations from the third annual Biodiversity Forum

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.

Connector Issue 14 (July - September 2017)
6 July 2017

New issue of The Connector available now!

Issue 14 of The Connector is out now. Read updates from the Biosphere (including the Growing Connections Biodiversity Forum) and other organisations within the Biosphere Reserve.

16 May 2017

Take The Connector survey

We've created a short survey seeking your feedback on our quarterly newsletter, The Connector. Your responses will help us make improvements and ensure The Connector continues to provide valuable and interesting content.

6 April 2017

Connector Issue 13 (April - June 2017) is out now!

Connector Issue 13 is now available. It includes updates from the Biosphere, community groups and other organisations within the Biosphere Reserve including CEC, Phillip Island Nature Parks, FLOW, Dolphin Research Institute and Langwarrin Woodlands. Our In the spotlight... interview for this issue is with Clare Warren, Coordinator Biodiversity at Frankston City Council.

2 February 2017

Western Port Biosphere update from the Executive Officer

Thank you to those of you who could attend the Extraordinary General Meeting on Tuesday, 31st of January 2017. Overall it was a positive meeting with a good outcome.

Download our Fox Facts poster
6 January 2017

Download our Fox Facts Poster

Western Port Biosphere’s new Fox Facts poster provides some key facts about foxes and how urban and peri-urban residents can contribute to their control. Help us to spread the word by downloading the poster.

24 November 2016

Congratulations to our 2016 Lifesearch winners!

This year 166 species were recorded during Lifesearch. Perseverence Primary School won the Bird Search Shield for the second consecutive year, while Geoff Lockwood, Julie Trezise and family, and Susan Davies took out the other awards. Congratulations to all of our winners, and thank you to everyone who participated.

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