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The latest news from Carbon Landscapes on our projects, partnerships and other achievements.

We've signed a new Memorandum of Understanding with Zoos Victoria

We are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Zoos Victoria in relation to the management of our conservation property at Telopea Downs. Together, we share a commitment to a positive working relationship as both parties explore the opportunities and direction for the Telopea Downs Nature Haven project. Both parties […]
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Carbon Landscapes and partners acquire a conservation island in South Gippsland

We are pleased to announce the purchase of Little Dog Island near Wilsons Promontory in South Gippsland, with our partners Nooramunga Trust, Rendere Trust and EcoGipps. The private 150-acre island is located within the sheltered waters of Corner Inlet, in South Gippsland, in close proximity to Wilsons Promontory to the south. Corner Inlet is a […]
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Malleefowl sighted at Telopea Downs

Last month, the team made an exciting discovery on our Telopea Downs property in the Mallee region of Western Victoria. When we returned to check our cameras, we were thrilled to find these images of threatened Malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata) and Malleefowl chicks! These images confirm our theory that these elusive and endangered birds have been […]
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Dr Steven Enticott Gives Radio Interview on Biodiversity Conservation

Many factors have led to Australia’s small mammal extinction crisis, including habitat loss, bushfire threat, and invasive predators. So, what can be done? In a recent radio interview, our co-Director Dr Steven Enticott discusses the challenges facing Australia’s threatened fauna species, his own passion for conservation, and novel solutions that are part of the emerging ‘business of biodiversity’ space, such as bandicoots improving grazing productivity on farms!
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Survey unearths rare species and promising woodland bird habitats

Carbon Landscapes are pleased to announce an exciting body of work, an initial vegetation survey on our Telopea Downs property, has been completed. Renowned flora expert Tim D’Ombrain was engaged to undertake a survey which has resulted in comprehensive mapping of vegetation types on our 800-hectare Mallee Woodland and Shrubland property in Victoria’s west. Shedding […]
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Carbon Landscapes to play key role in groundbreaking plan to save Australian wildlife from extinction

Carbon Landscapes to play key role in groundbreaking plan to save Australian wildlife from extinction
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Climate change putting the heat on koalas

How climate change is putting the heat on our national icon’s survival It may be the “rock star” of Australian wildlife species, but the koala - like many other animals - is struggling under the impacts of climate change.  Away from the gaze of an adoring public, the stark reality is that in addition to […]
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Become part of the climate change solution

By Carbon Landscapes co-director Dr Steven Enticott “There’s a sense of screaming into the ether when it comes to global action on climate change. People are even saying they won’t be having children because they’re worried about making future plans.” Dr Rhonda Garad With Australians inheriting, in climate change, the greatest existential crisis faced by […]
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World Wetlands Day highlights vital conservation at Stony Rises

What if you owned one of the most pristine private wetlands sites in Australia and you could create a lifeline to help protect hundreds of native animal species from the impacts of climate change?
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First Option Bank partners with us on Telopea Downs

It’s official! Victorian-based First Option Bank has announced financial support for our plans to save some of Australia’s most endangered wildlife species.
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Mission to save wildlife with new 800ha ‘safe haven’ at Telopea Downs

We are proud to announce we’re expanding our mission to save some of Australia’s most endangered wildlife species with the purchase of our latest property - an 800-hectare parcel of private mallee woodland at Telopea Downs in Victoria’s west.
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We’re a partner on Australia’s largest-ever citizen science project

Carbon Landscapes is partnering in one of the largest citizen science projects in Australia’s history to help bring the iconic but embattled platypus back from the brink of extinction.
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‘Leap of faith’ as frogs get set to serenade

To borrow words from a hit TV show, “it’s all about the voice”. Perhaps somewhat croaky but still hitting the right notes, the male frogs of suburbia right now are getting set to serenade their way into the hearts of potential partners as breeding season ramps up, generally coinciding with the rainy season at this […]
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Trees for Koala Habitat Project

Carbon Landscapes is working in partnership with Heartwood and landowners with private forestry plantations, to transition low-value timber into high-value Koala habitat. Rather than clear low-value blue gum plantations, we are working with foresters to preserve these plantations, adding other biodiversity values such as mid and lower story indigenous plants and leaving fallen timber to create habitat for other native fauna.
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Bringing back the Long-Nosed Potoroo

Carbon Landscapes is excited to announce that it has purchased over 90 hectares of land adjacent to the Grampians National Park, to begin its first stage of its Gariwerd Restoration Project. Surrounded by three sides of the Park, this ex-bluegum plantation, with existing ephemeral wetlands and patches of remnant vegetation, will be restored back to its original vegetation type to bring back native mammal species such as the Long-nosed Potoroo.
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Rewilding the Stony Rises

Carbon Landscapes is partnering with Odonata, Natural Glenelg Trust and the Stony Rises Land Management Network to ‘rewild’ over 400 hectares of threatened Stony Rise Woodland with fauna species such as the Spotted-tailed Quoll, Koala and Long-nosed Potoroo.
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Linking the Great Dividing Range

Over 500 hectares of biolinks will be created within the Great Dividing Range, through an agreement between Carbon Landscapes and Heartwood Plantations. As part of the agreement, Carbon Landscapes will restore areas of native forest, heathland and woodland adjacent to 1,000’s of hectares for regenerative forestry and recreate habitat for a number of threatened animal […]
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In the spirit of reconciliation Carbon Landscapes acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.
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