Funding future for national parks

PARK WATCH Article June 2022 | The 2022 state budget does not meet nature’s needs, writes Executive Director Matt Ruchel.  Australians support better funding and management of prime protected...
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Friends with co-benefits

PARK WATCH Article June 2022 | Nature conservation and climate action can work together for better outcomes for both, explains Nature Conservation Officer Elizabeth Morison. It’s time for an update...
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Yarra Ranges National Park thrown under the mountain bike

PARK WATCH Article March 2022 | Poorly planned tracks should not be allowed to fragment wildlife habitat and dilute nature protection, says Campaigner Jordan Crook.   The prime purpose of national...
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Still standing

PARK WATCH Article March 2022 | The big trees of Wellsford Forest, on the land of the Dja Dja Wurrung, are well known to the locals who have advocated for their protection for many years. Jordan...
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Commitment issues

PARK WATCH Article March 2022 | It doesn’t matter how many times you say it; you need to deliver it before you can claim it, writes Executive Director Matt Ruchel.  The Victorian Government...
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The broken, promised grasslands of Melbourne

PARK WATCH Article March 2022 | Adrian Marshall, Grassy Plains Network Facilitator, gives a detailed overview of the situation for these much-loved but poorly treated grasslands. The grasslands in...
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Undaria underwater

PARK WATCH Article March 2022 | ReefWatch intern India Ambler tells us about the invasive kelp taking over our bays – and our latest citizen science project to help control it. Stroll along the...
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Feral horse plan very welcome

PARK WATCH Article December 2021 | It’s been a tough journey, but Victoria now has a real plan for alpine recovery, says Parks Protection Campaigner Phil Ingamells....
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Horseplay in NSW

PARK WATCH Article December 2021 | The deeply flawed draft ‘heritage’ horse plan from NSW is a burden for feral horse management in Victoria, Campaigner Phil Ingamells writes....
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