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Bush Heritage Australia: A Year of Impact – Webinar

Wednesday 12 Aug

7:30 pm

8:30 pm




About this event

To celebrate and introduce our brand spanking new 2019-2020 Impact Report we’re holding a webinar!

2019/2020 was a big year for Bush Heritage. Our reserves and partnerships have seen pioneering work in areas such as species adaptability to climate change at Nardoo Hills Reserve in Victoria, carbon credit generation with our 1 Million Tree project at Eurardy Reserve in Western Australia and seed harvesting at Carnarvon Station Reserve in Queensland.

Join us as our Head of Science and Conservation Dr Rebecca Spindler walks us through our financial year 2019/2020 and unpacks some of our conservation highlights.

The webinar will be broadcast via Zoom. Details are provided upon registration.

  • Information and Education
  • Presentation
  • Animals and Wildlife
  • Conservation and Land Care
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