Gondwana Link

  1. What is Gondwana Link? Sitting under a grand old salmon gum in Ngadju country, Keith Bradby gives a down-to-earth overview. He explains how working with local people to tackle habitat loss enabled Gondwana Link to take an intractable problem and turn it into something quite achievable.
    Produced for the Wild Life Gallery at WA Museum Boola Bardip.
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  2. So often we miss seeing the wonderful wildlife around us. Boyd Wykes and friends looked harder and met the Masked Owls of Margaret River. They now campaign to save the owls and other wildlife from poisoning by second-generation rodenticides. There are alternatives!
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  3. Jess Beckerling from the WA Forest Alliance is a mighty communicator. Here she speaks about protecting and restoring the karri, jarrah, marri, tuart and wandoo forests of south-western Australia. There are some little gems in this film: from the Swarbrick Forest blockade to what it takes to achieve campaign success.
    Produced for the Wild Life Gallery at WA Museum Boola Bardip.
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  4. This uplifting story of landholder-led conservation and restoration comes from the farming country between the Porongurup and Stirling Ranges. Farmer and native seed pioneer Peter Luscombe has teamed up with his neighbours the Friends of the Porongurup Range, working from their Twin Creeks Reserve, to build a major habitat link between the ranges.
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  5. Under the extraordinary leadership and dedication of Elder Eugene Eades, Nowanup has become a beacon of hope, a force for cross-cultural sharing and a powerful healing place. Here’s a taste of the wonders of Nowanup - the bush coming back, the people coming back.
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We are achieving 1,000 km of healthy, reconnected bush across south-western Australia. These video stories are just some of the good news. More stories of hope at gondwanalink.org.

Our goal is to reconnect habitats from the tall wet forests of…


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We are achieving 1,000 km of healthy, reconnected bush across south-western Australia. These video stories are just some of the good news. More stories of hope at gondwanalink.org.

Our goal is to reconnect habitats from the tall wet forests of the far south-west corner across to the dry woodlands of the interior. A broad spectrum of local, regional, national and international groups, private landholders and First Nation communities are involved in this inspiring work.

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