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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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Fire Wise Project

As part of the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW) Landscape Resilience Program the Fire Wise project will be delivered in 10 key Local Government Areas across the Bega Valley, New South Wales; East Gippsland, Victoria; and the Adelaide Hills to Kangaroo Island corridor in South Australia. The aim of the project is to help communities mitigate bushfire risk through community-based natural resource management initiatives.
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Studio 10

To support Northern New South Wales’ rapidly declining Koala population, FNPW awarded a grant to Friends of the Koala Inc to expand its East Lismore nursery by 80,000 trees for the food and shelter of Australia’s koala population.

The grant awarded to Friends of the Koala Inc. will extend the capacity of its current nursery to plant a total of 100,000 trees per year. This will be a major step in supporting the recovery of New South Wales’ North Coast and the Gondwana Rainforest World Heritage Area, of which 50% was devastated by the fires, destroying the habitats of thousands of native animals.
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