The UN has declared that we’re in the decade of restoration. But how do we restore ecosystems in ways that give us the biggest bang for our buck?
Biolinks are big restoration projects that aim to restore habitat and link ecosystems across entire landscapes.
In this webinar, we’ll bring you stories from three exciting biolink projects that are linking and restoring landscapes at inspirational scales.
Join us to find out what gains are made when you link bush patches, and link organisations and people. The whole might just be greater than the sum of the parts.
The John Paul Memorial Lecture is made possible thanks to the continued support and generosity of the Paul Family Foundation.
Thursday September 14, 7-8:30pm AEST
Gondwana Link is one of Australia’s largest and most ambitious restoration project, linking the wet forests of Western Australia through to the Nullarbor—ecological and social rejuvenation working together. Presented by Keith Bradby, Gondwana Link CEO.
Biolinks Alliance restores and reconnects large landscapes across Central Victoria, supporting and amplifying community-driven conservation. Presented by Sophie Bickford, Executive Director of Biolinks Alliance.
Reconnecting Northland is catalysing the impact of communities across Northland, New Zealand, to revitalize biodiversity on behalf of nature and future generations. Presented by Eamon Nathan, General Manager Reconnecting Northland.