Monthly Archives: November 2016

Purple diuris habitat managed by Trust for Nature activities (002)

Care groups Love our Lakes!

There is a lot of love for the Gippsland Lakes in their surrounding communities. A significant percentage of the local population have chosen to live where they do because of the proximity to the Lakes and all they offer. But how can residents nurture an active relationship with the Lakes and assist with their protection

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Seagrass – an essential player in our Lakes’ health and vitality

Often, the very thing that makes something desirable or attractive is its elusiveness or sense of mystery. In that case, seagrass should be one of the sexiest aquatic topics around. But as users of the Gippsland Lakes, we are more likely to view seagrass as the annoying, clingy, slightly slimy stuff that wraps around our

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