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Hard to kill: here’s why eucalypts are survival experts

In a world where resilience is key to survival, few species demonstrate it as boldly as eucalypts. These iconic trees, native to Australia, have earned a reputation as nature's survival experts. From their ability to thrive in diverse climates to their remarkable adaptability, eucalypts stand as a testament to the resilience of the natural world.
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Conserving Australia's Wildlife

Join Vincent on Shape the System as he chats with David Goldman from the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife about biodiversity, wildlife preservation, and land conservation in Australia. Discover innovative strategies and community involvement in protecting the environment. Tune in for insights on meeting Australia's 30x30 conservation commitments and the future of environmental charities.
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The Fire Wise Project

The Fire Wise Project is a beacon of support for local communities in New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia. It's a movement that's not only redefining bushfire preparedness but also enhancing local biodiversity through strategic planting of native species. With a focus on three crucial aspects of bushfires, the project is igniting a new era of safety and conservation.
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Kangaroo Island Project

The Kangaroo Island Landscape Board is excited to announce it has recently received $77,000 of funding from the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife to support the KI Native Plant Nursery and revegetation activities.
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Wildlife Heroes

Wildlife rehabilitation volunteers devote a large part of their lives to rescuing and rehabilitating sick and injured wildlife. This is usually done at their own expense. Wildlife Heroes is proud to announce its latest grant round aimed at relieving financial demands and keeping volunteers safe while performing their important work.
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