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New South Wales: Quoll Headquarters - 164 hectares - Steve Haslam

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Victoria: Witchwood - 9.1 hectares - Jill Redwood

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Queensland: The Roost - 39.75 hectares - Lynn Childs

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Tasmania: Lyn and Geoff's Refuge - 10 hectares - Lyn and Geoff Murray

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Western Australia: Tippaburra Valley - 2470 hectares - Buddy Kent

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New South Wales: Falls Forest Retreat - 80 hectares - Mary White

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Victoria: Wingura - 2.5 hectares - Suzanne and John Brandenberger

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Queensland: Cooper Creek Wilderness - 66.74 hectares - Prue Hewett

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News and Updates
HSI Technical Bulletin 20 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Evan   
Friday, 27 April 2012 06:48

Download Issue 20 of Humane Society International's Technical Bulletin by clicking here.

 

A seven-page WLT section caps off the publication, with features including a covenant analysis of currently listed sanctuaries, which shows that an impressive 40% of totalWLT land is protected in-perpetuity; a sanctuary profile of Quoll Headquarters, an incredible 164 hectare sanctuary near Bald Rock National Park; news of our recent affiliations with the Great Eastern Ranges and Kosciusko to Coast conservation corridors; the history of our involvement in a recently listed EPBC Act Threatened Ecological Community; details of HSI/WLT's terrestrial habitat conservation efforts in southwest Western Australia; the outcome of a HSI/WLT supported legal case opposing a development which threatened the Critically Endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland; and plenty more.

 
2012 round of Private Land Conservation Grants open PDF Print E-mail
Written by Evan   
Monday, 05 March 2012 06:19

The 2012 round of Wildlife Land Trust partnered Private Land Conservation Grants is officially open for applications, with a much wider range of properties throughout New South Wales now able to apply for funding.  Previously open only to holders of binding, in perpetuity conservation agreements, 2012 sees three new partners join the program and a revised three tier funding system which allocates funds for biodiversity management for levels 1 and 2, and funding to provide conservation training programs for level 3:

 

- Level 1, up to $5,000 per property per year for up to 3 years, open to Conservation Agreements, Trust Agreements and in perpetuity Registered Property Agreements;

- Level 2, up to $1,000 per property per year for up to 3 years, open to in perpetuity Property Vegetation Plans and Wildlife Refuges; and

- Level 3, up to $2,000 per group. per year for up to 3 years, open to Land for Wildlfe and Wildlife Land Trsut members.

 

Applications close on April 15 and successful applicants will be notified in early June.

 

Click here for more information.

 
New leaflet brochure released PDF Print E-mail
Written by Evan   
Friday, 10 February 2012 05:50

After many months of planning the Australian WLT now has an additional leaflet style brochure to accompany our booklets.  Featuring a range of new sanctuary photos and a self-mailing application form, these brochures are lighter than their counterparts and easily slot into a regular sized envelope.  If you would like copies mailed out to distribute to family and friends, please use our contact form to provide details.

 

To download a PDF copy of the brochure click here.

 
Grant opportunity - Biodiversity Fund PDF Print E-mail
Written by Evan   
Tuesday, 10 January 2012 03:20

There's a fantastic opportunity currently open for WLT members to apply for Government funding aiming to "help land managers store carbon, enhance biodiversity and build greater environmental resilience across the Australian landscape", with applications closing at 5pm on the 31st of January.  The Biodiversity Fund is open to private landholders throughout the country and is focusing on three main environmental themes in this first round of applications: biodiverse plantings; protecting and enhancing native vegetation; and managing threats to biodiversity.

 

To access the Biodiversity Fund application form, click here.

 

To access the guidelines for Biodiversity Fund applications, click here.


The Government fact sheet (click here) provides a few specific examples of the sort of projects the Biodiversity Fund is looking to support, and integrating any of these that are applicable in your application is advised.  If you have questions about the Biodiversity Fund, problems with your application, or would like to run project ideas or completed applications by the WLT, contact Evan at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 January 2012 03:34
 
Wildlife Lands Issue 9 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Evan   
Friday, 23 December 2011 03:38
Issue 9 of Wildlife Lands is out just in time for Christmas - the newsletter once again features tales from sanctuaries across the country written by their respective owners, threatened ecological community and species profiles, a new member table, map, and news from several of our international members and partners.  There are a couple of all-new sections in this issue as well, namely the special feature we have devoted to long-term WLT member and HSI supporter Garth Dixon, and a "for sale" section giving a brief summary of three Australian WLT sanctuaries that are currently available to conservation-minded buyers.  Click here to download a copy now!
 
WLT becomes an affiliate of the GER PDF Print E-mail
Written by Evan   
Monday, 07 November 2011 05:57

The Australian Wildlife Land Trust has officially become an affiliate of the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative in a move that recognises the important contribution many of our sanctuary owners make to this exciting project.  The large majority of WLT members located in Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales lie within the bounds of the Great Eastern Ranges and account for approximately 13,000 hectares of privately owned land within the conservation corridor.  Many of the Threatened Ecological Communities nominated by HSI/WLT also contribute to the protection of habitat throughout the GER.

 

"The Great Eastern Ranges Initiative aims to maintain and improve long-term connectivity conservation of mountain ecosystems running the length of eastern Australia.  Drawing together the efforts of the various community, industry, government and non-government groups already working in the area, the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative will strengthen the resilience of natural ecosystems and the native plant and animal species they support, in the face of climate change and other ecological threats." - http://www.greateasternranges.org.au/

Last Updated on Monday, 07 November 2011 06:15
 
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