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It's been a busy and diverse six months for Better State Environments in the field, office, and in the community. Highlights have included:

  • Helping to assess and map fire risk of native bushland reserves with TerraMatrix at Wodonga, Victoria;
  • Continuing to locate and map hollow-bearing trees throughout Thurgoona, NSW, for Albury Conservation Company; 
  • Hosting a 'community planting and biodiversity education' event on behalf of Department of Industry (Lands), held on Albury Environmental Lands in Thurgoona and attended by 100 local residents.   
  • Helping to develop Albury Conservation Company's new five year Strategic Plan (2016-21);  
  • Assisting NSW Department of Industry (Lands) to write Management Procedures for the Albury Environmental Lands network;
  • Providing copy to Woomargama Station's new website;
  • Coordinating a community workshop to discuss and contribute to the development of a 'Squirrel Glider Monitoring Plan for Thurgoona Wirlinga, on behalf of Albury Conservation Company;
  • Helping to develop a communications plan, generate media, and conduct interviews of project participants, on behalf of Fishbowl PR in relation to the 'Fast Track to Small Ag' project (Up2Us Landcare Alliance);
  • Submitting a major funding application through Impact Philanthropy, on behalf of Albury Conservation Company;
  • Managing the website and social media accounts of Albury Conservation Company;

Contact us today to find out if we can help meet the needs of your conservation project. 

M 0407 183 747

E info@betterstateenviro.com

Albury Environmental Lands Community Planting and Biodiversity Education Day (August 2016)

Hollow-bearing tree mapping, Thurgoona NSW (2016)

Fire risk assessment and mapping of native bushland reserves around Wodonga, Victoria.

Stakeholder workshop hosted to develop a Squirrel Glider Monitoring Plan for Thurgoona, NSW (August 2016)

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2016 Impact Philanthropy - Now open

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2016 Impact Philanthropy - Now open

A great funding opportunity opened yesterday and runs until Friday 4th December. The 2016 Impact Philanthropy program is being run by Perpetual and applies to organisations with DGR status who are active in the environment/conservation field. Organisations can apply for one-off, 1 year grants up to $200,000. The average size of applications last year was $80,000. The success rate last year was around 17%. If you need support in submitting a competitive bid then Better State Environments can help. More information about the program can be found at the following link - https://www.perpetual.com.au/Advice-and-Trustee-Services/IMPACT-Philanthropy/IMPACT-Funding

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