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Habitat fragmentation is a significant threat to the long-term survival of many native species. The Great Eastern Ranges Initiative (GER) seeks to address this critical issue by bringing together people and organisations to protect, link and restore healthy habitat across 3,600 kilometres from Victoria to far North Queensland.
GERI is one of the largest conservation partnership projects in the world. It aims to support biodiversity by creating opportunities for species in a 3,600-kilometre corridor to move, adapt and survive the environmental challenges that threaten them. Learn more
27 April, 2017
Retain Travelling Stock Routes in public ownership and invest more in protecting their biodiversity and cultural heritage values
The state’s network of Travelling Stock Routes (TSRs) must remain in public hands and be better managed to preserve its priceless biodiversity and cultural heritage values, says Nature Conservation Council CEO Kate Smolski.
Forests and wildlifePlanning and DevelopmentRivers and wetlandsGreat Eastern Ranges Initiative
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