Living giants

PARK WATCH June 2021 | Upn the mountains, giants can still be found. They have stoodn place for hundreds and hundreds of years. Jordan Crook shares their story. On the east side of Mount Baw Baw...
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Give me a reserve among the factories

PARK WATCH June 2021 | Nature Conservation Campaigner Jordan Crook takes us to visit our most at risk ecosystems. Amongst the existing suburbs and factories of the western suburbs of Melbourne, the...
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The Prom needs a plan

PARK WATCH June 2021 | A lot of good things are flagged for Wilsons Promontory National Park, but without a current management plan there is no clear framework for decisions, writes Phil Ingamells....
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Time to rethink fire

PARK WATCH June 2021 | Evidence against Victoria’s fuel reduction program is clear, yet burns are increasing. Calls for a pause and re-assessment of fire management are growing louder, says...
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The track and the stonefly

PARK WATCH March 2021 | Campaigner Jordan Crook explains how poorly planned mountain bike tracks risk the survival of an exceptionally rare species. From the outset, it needs to be stated clearly...
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The future of our beautiful bay

UPDATE: The Victorian Government rejected AGL’s proposal for a gas import terminal in Westernport Bay on 30 April. Latest information here. Latest information here PARK WATCH March 2021 | The...
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Ticking all the boxes

PARK WATCH March 2021 | Investment in nature protection provides great economic benefits, explains Executive Director Matt Ruchel. We know the forests of the Central West are home to 370 threatened...
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What’s that? The national environmental laws don’t work?

PARK WATCH March 2021 | Who would have thought? Asks Executive Director Matt Ruchel. “Ineffective”, leading to “piecemeal decisions”, “outdated”, and “not fit to address current or...
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Victoria needs leadership for biodiversity

PARK WATCH March 2021 | Proper management of biodiversity requires strong scienceeadership, says Nature Conservation Campaigner John Kotsiaris. Over theast twelve months, Victorians have heard a...
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