Ludo standing in front of a forest

With bushfires and floods continuing to threaten the land and our communities, Ludo McFerran’s story is testimony to her hard work and dedication to conservation.

Jill and Ken Hooper looking up at a tree

Sit at the kitchen table with Jill and Ken Hooper and there’ll be Ken, mug in hand with a label that reads ‘The Boss’, and Jill, yet to pull up a chair, buzzing about the kitchen and calling out a quip or two to back up something Ken’s said.

Glencoe plains wanderer

Jim and Jane Ives have been running cattle on their 10,000-hectare property Glencoe, near Hay, for more than 30 years.

Wayne Olling Wallaroo

It can be hard to spot the remnants of western Sydney’s agricultural past, but the most persistent legacy that remains on Wallaroo is the unwanted variety of weeds.

Max Dingle Sussex Inlet

For a man who found the city not to his liking, Sussex Inlet landholder Max Dingle, sees high-rise apartment living all around him.

Eastern Yellow Robin (credit Sarah and Michael Guppy)

The birdlife on the conservation agreement site of South Coast couple Sarah and Michael Guppy is very important to them.  

Fencott Reserve biobanking

Restoring native bushland to its pre-disturbance state is complicated. When that disturbance comes after decades of mining on threatened wetland and bushland, it’s fair to say environmental restoration requires a little extra planning. 

Thomas and Barbara Evision at Beaureden

Thomas and Barbara Evision have travelled the world, but they always knew they would return to Australia to settle in the Snowy Monaro region of NSW.

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With its rich black basalt soil and extensive groundwater resources, the Liverpool Plains on Gamilaroi Country in north-west NSW is home to some of the most productive agricultural land in Australia and some of the most vulnerable ecological commu

Col and Bev Narromine Grazing Webinar

At first glance the concept of allowing livestock to graze on conservation areas seems counter-intuitive.   

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