Stories from the field
From our pioneering organisations and leaders
The Rendere Trust is connected to hundreds of environmental organisations across Australia. These organisations inspire us through their achievements and challenge us to consider new, interconnected issues. Here are some of their stories.
Congratulations to our friends at the Odonata Foundation, who released the first Eastern Quoll back to Victoria for almost 60 years, thanks to a successful captive breeding program.
In what is believed to be a world-first, our friends at Carbon Landscapes have launched the South-East Australia Sanctuary Operations Network to establish 30 privately-owned wildlife sanctuaries by 2030.
Researchers from the Charles Darwin University and the University of Canberra have identified 63 Australian birds, mammals, fish, frogs and reptiles most likely to go extinct in the next 20 years.
The Rendere Trust is supporting land covenantors throughout Victoria via a new association that will promote covenanting and lobby for better tax and other incentives to encourage others to follow this path.
We’re thrilled to learn that the Traditional Owners of the Gippsland region to bring native oysters back to the Lakes – and make a living doing so.
The Nature Glenelg Trust celebrated 10 years of environmental impact in 2022. The story behind its success reflects one man’s vision and his ability to unite a small team behind the cause of protecting and restoring our landscapes.
A proposed Sea to Summit nature walk in East Gippsland moved one step closer to reality with the release of a government report showing strong support from the community and visitors.
The magical Snow Gum and handsome Alpine Ash eucalypt species are facing significant challenges. Friends of the Earth are ringing the alarm bells and bringing concerned citizens together to take action.
We can’t help loving the Strzelecki koala – it’s Victoria’s only endemic species of koala and a Gippsland local. We’re fully behind the great work that Friends of the Earth is doing to protect the species and its habitat.
Gippslandia is a unique and provocative place-based publication that celebrates local culture. To celebrate its fifth year, it has published a truly exceptional and informative edition with Gunaikurnai Elders.