River red gum wetlands. Illustration: Rhyll Plant & Jess McGeachin.

Riverside rescue: solutions for riparian land in Victoria

Riverside rescue: solutions for riparian land in Victoria, launched on World Rivers Day 2011 Riverside Rescue highlights the parlous condition of Victoria’s rivers and streams and identifies...
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Brolga. Photo: Chris Tzaros

13 thirsty species

A failure by past Victorian governments to arrest declining river health has left large tracts of River Red Gum forests and globally significant wetlands struggling to survive. In 2010 we published...
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Wombat State Forest

Better protection for special places

This report documents the natural values of more than 100,000 hectares of state forest across Central Victoria and calls for a dramatic increase in government spending and greater protection for...
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Victorian 2009 February Fires

Victorian 2009 February fires

Commissioned by the Victorian National Parks Association, Australian Conservation Foundation and The Wilderness Society, this report analyses the driving influences of the February 7 Victorian...
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One of East Gippsland's forest giants.

Flawed promises

This investigation into the Victorian Government’s commitment to protect 41,000 hectares of old growth forest was carried out by the Victorian National Parks Association, The Wilderness Society...
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The red-capped robin is one of many insect-feeding birds that have suffered from land clearing and habitat destruction

Nature Conservation Review Victoria 2001

Our third nature conservation review, published in 2001, concluded that extinction processes were continuing in Victoria largely unabated....
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