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10 tips for a sustainable holiday

Going on holiday doesn’t mean you have to take a holiday from living a sustainable lifestyle. A sustainable holiday is about taking your approach to living sustainably from everyday life, into your holiday experience. It’s also about making sure the environment and the people in the places you visit benefit from you being there. For

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One bittern, very shy!

Bird watchers have an extra reason to be excited this spring following a confirmed sighting of the endangered Australasian Bittern at Sale Common. “This is such a thrill to find the Bittern in this area once again,” said Deb Sullivan from BirdLife Australia. The Australasian Bittern is an endangered wetland bird, highly dependent on freshwater,

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Frogs are counting on you

With dry conditions in wetlands around the Gippsland Lakes helping our local frogs couldn’t be more vital – and you can play a role in helping them by taking part in Australia biggest frog count. This week is FrogID week which aims to collect frog calls from across Australia to enable frog populations to be

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Rainforest project provides endless flow on effects for local students

Tucked away behind Nagle College’s Bairnsdale Campus at the bottom of a steep, meandering path you will find a hidden treasure, in the form of Nagle College Landcare Rainforest Project. Broken into three separate areas, this unique project is the brain child of Nagle College Science Teacher and Landcare Coordinator, Andrea Savage, who has spent

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Gippsland community keeps ‘Loving their Lakes’

More than $270,000 has been allocated to nine projects aimed at improving the health of the iconic Gippsland Lakes. Dr Peter Veenker, Gippsland Lakes Coordinating Committee (GLCC) Co-Chair, said he was pleased the committee had been able to support eight groups and organisations through funding from the Victorian State Government. “These community grants have been

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