Conservation Bulletin 72
Published August 2020
Welcome to issue #72. It has been a tough eight months and we hope what you read in this issue of the Conservation Bulletin brings a smile to your face and a feeling of optimism.
One hundred and eight landholders across the state are in the process of putting a conservation covenant on their properties which will protect them forever. You can find out more in this issue.
We also introduce you to a family helping land recover after the bushfires, plus you’ll read about a collaborative effort to protect the Brolga and the role of covenants in looking after Aboriginal cultural heritage.
If you’re in the market for your very own nature reserve you won’t want to miss the article about buying a property with a conservation covenant. Inside this issue we also talk about the work we’re doing to increase environmental sustainability and farming.
Trust for Nature’s Conservation Bulletin magazine is published twice a year, with stories and news from the field of private land conservation.
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