K2W Link 2022 Annual Forum program

Regenerating country, culture and communities in the Great Eastern Ranges, K2W Link

Meet the innovators leading the way towards a greener future at K2W Link’s annual forum held at the Goulburn Performing Arts Centre, on Tuesday, December 6.

Download the program here: K2W Annual Forum program

At this event, some of the most exciting minds present their approaches to […]

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Conserving agriculture and nature across continents

An international delegation from the Global Landscape Stewardship Network has joined local farming and conservation champions visiting the award-winning Land for Wildlife property Fairhalt near Crookwell on Saturday, October 29.

The tour was coordinated by the Great Eastern Ranges (GER) and the K2W Inc, with around 30 participants from the United States and representatives from the […]

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Art: Jodie Munday workshops and show in Crookwell

Goulburn region artist and Wiradjuri woman Jodie Munday is exploring humans’ relationships with ecosystems through a series of art workshops and culminating in a thought-provoking exhibition in Crookwell.

‘Fight or Flight’ seeks to question the viewers’ perception of native wildlife by tackling issues of irreversible damage to the environment caused by human activity.

Jodie is urging the […]

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Threatened Species Day: Landcare and K2W helps deliver important environmental message to students

Students from around the Upper Lachlan Shire participated in an interactive educational event that helped to deliver an important message about the environment at Taralga Public School for a Threatened Species Day event on Thursday, September 8.

Children from Bigga, Binda and Laggan public schools joined the students at Taralga Primary School for the program.

As part […]

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Television star launches kid’s art book helping to protect Australia’s amazing gliding marsupials

Watch: K2W launches Drawing Australian Gliders at Taronga Zoo
Television presenter and gardening guru Costa Georgiadis helped launch a new book featuring Australia’s cutest marsupials, the gliding possum, at Taronga Zoo on August 18.

Costa was joined by students and staff from Tambelin Independent School, Ian Darbyshire the CEO of the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife, […]

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Rain fails to dampen spirits of Trunkey Creek BioBlitzers

The rain did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of 80 young students who attended K2W’s first Bioblitz at Trunkey Creek on Friday, 3 June 2016. […]

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‘Glideways’ takes off in Central Victoria

Central Victorian community groups were given the rare opportunity to hone their glider conservation skills at a packed workshop held in Seymour on 18 March, 2016.

Organised by GER’s Central Victorian Biolinks Alliance, the Glider Symposium was run to facilitate the sharing of expert knowledge and practical experience to build local capacity for glider conservation.

“The Glider […]

By |May 3rd, 2016|Conservation, Events|Comments Off on ‘Glideways’ takes off in Central Victoria

K2W wraps-up a successful 2016 at Annual Forum

The Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala partnership (K2W) wrapped up a successful year at its Annual Forum at Jenolan Caves on 10 December.

Over 40 people including local landholders, researchers, government agencies, and conservationists attended the one-day forum to hear from a range of motivating speakers.

“It was an inspirational day which left us all with an increased drive […]

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Taronga Zoomobile heads to Trunkey Creek for K2W’s Schools Biodiversity Day

On Friday 11th September, the Taronga Zoomobile headed down to Trunkey Public School located in Trunkey Creek, a small town about an hour from Bathurst. Along with representatives from Local Land Services, National Parks and Wildlife Services and the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH), we presented workshops on threatened species.

The day, organised by the Kanangra-Boyd […]

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Echidnas, frogs and lizards to delight at children’s Biodiversity Day

Local school children from the Blayney, Wyangala, Bigga and Trunkey Creek districts will learn about the fascinating creatures that share their backyards at the Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala (K2W) Biodiversity Day on 11 September.

Run to coincide with National Biodiversity Month, children from eight primary schools will have a chance to see some of their local animals, […]

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