Lonely Gum Photo: Adam Tibballs | Flickr CC

Hug a tree – before is gets cleared and offset!

NEWS 14 December 2017 | Victoria is the most cleared state in Australia, and we are still losing significant amounts of native bush and wildlife habitat to urban development, agricultural...
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Weedy seadragon. Photo: John Gaskell

Act on marine life

NEWS Wednesday 13 December | New marine and coastal legislation was today introduced into the Victorian parliament. This legislation is the result of a 2014 election commitment by the Andrews...
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National parks creation stalls under Andrews Labor

We’ve released our latest report comparing Victorian national parks by Premier. We’ve crunched the numbers, and found that Victoria’s Andrews Government has created the smallest amount of...
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Nature and the Northcote by-election

The by-election for the seat of Northcote will be on 18 November – meaning it is time to make sure protecting Victoria’s nature is a big issue for voters and candidates in the by-election....
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Tyers River, Moondarra State Park

Statewide Assessment of Public Land

PARK WATCH September 2017 | The Victorian Environmental Assessment Council (VEAC) has produced its final report on the Statewide Assessment of Public Land. VEAC was asked to look at allurrent land...
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Sambar deer, Bogong High Plains, Alpine National Park

Pest animals get more than a glance

PARK WATCH September 2017 | A recent inquiry intohe control of invasive animals on crown land came up with some sensible recommendations, says Phil Ingamells. There are many alien beasts rampaging...
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NatureWatch

Celebrating 10 years of NatureWatch!

PARK WATCH September 2017 | Our NatureWatch program,d the program’s original coordinator Caitlin Griffith, reached a major ten year milestone in 2017. In 2007 inspired group of VNPA members...
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