• Great Eastern Ranges Initiative

    NPA is a lead partner of the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative (GER), which seeks to link and protect healthy landscapes over 3,600km from Western Victoria to far North Queensland. It is one of the world’s largest conservation projects. GER is a strategic attempt to address the impacts of climate change and other major environmental threats, and at the same time bring together people and organisations from across Australia.
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Some 60 participants gathered at a property on Tindalls Lane, Broughton Vale last Saturday (26 November) to hear about the work of Berry Landcare and a project to conserve and enhance the Berry Wildlife Corridor.

The environment of the Berry region will get a welcome boost with the announcement of a $500,000 grant under the NSW Environmental Trust Bush Connect program by the Hon. Mark Speakman, NSW Minister for the Environment.

The funds will be used by Berry Landcare and a number of other partners to enhance landscape corridors for wildlife between Barren Grounds Nature Reserve and Seven Mile Beach National Park.

Conservation groups welcome Coalition’s $8 million commitment to Great Eastern Ranges conservation projects The NSW National Parks Association (NPA) and the NSW Nature Conservation Council (NCC) have welcomed today’s announcement that a Coalition Government would invest $8 million in new conservation projects along the Great Eastern Ranges corridor.