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All hands on deck to protect Eagle Point

More than 100 students from Eagle Point Primary School got their hands dirty helping to protect Eagle Point Reserve over the past week. The students planted native species as part of a Gippsland Lakes restoration project. Tom Crook, Gippsland Plains Conservation Management Network (GPCMN) programs manager, said the 40-hectare site adjoining the silt jetties faces

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2019_GPC_Bairnsdale Scouts In the Bairnsdale Scout group photo there's (left to right) Jack Hebbard (8), Bryce Mullens (10), Carol Mullens, Judy Hird and Bruce Hird. + me (Mat Steph

Pelican lovers count!

More than 200 people across 92 locations, took part in the Gippsland Lakes Great Pelican Count on Sunday, 7 April. BirdLife Australia Project Manager, Deb Sullivan said she was thrilled with the number of participants at this year’s count. “We’re still waiting on some of our survey forms, but at this stage, there were more than

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Collaboration achieving results on the Nungurner foreshore

The Nungurner Community and Coast Action Group, in partnership with Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Council (GLaWAC) and Parks Victoria, has transformed the pathway connecting the Nungurner Jetty with the beach thanks to a Gippsland Lakes Coordinating Committee Community Grant. “The whole area was badly infested with blackberries and quite inaccessible before we started the

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Make a difference at the Gippsland Lakes

The fourth round of the Gippsland Lakes Community Grants are now open and close at 9 am on Monday, 13 May. According to Gippsland Lakes Coordinating Committee Co-Chair, Peter Jennings, said the grants provide an opportunity for community groups to seek funding for projects that will help tackle key priorities for the environmental health of

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Calling citizen scientists to join GLaWAC for the Pelican Count

The Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC) are participating in the annual Great Pelican Count at Sperm Whale Head on Sunday 7 April, and the invitation is open to interested members of the public to join GLaWAC aboard the Lady Jodie and help count Pelicans. GLaWAC’s Gippsland Lakes Coordinating Committee (GLCC) Coordinator, Andy Booth

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