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Warringal Conservation Society

The Public Hearing for the North East Link Project began on Thursday the 25th of July and will run for nearly 8 weeks.

At the hearing an Independent Advisory Committee considers evidence from:
- The North East Link Project organisation acting...

The National Tree Day planting was a great success! Eleven registrations from the NTD website swelled our group to 31 adults and about 12 children, who planted a total of 868 plants. Twenty species including masses of ground covers, grasses,

Our Society sponsors a prize given each year by La Trobe University to a first year Bachelor of Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology) student for outstanding academic achievement. In this way we are encouraging a career in Environmental Science. This...

The Matted Flax-lily Dianella amoena is listed as endangered under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act. The Simpsons Army Barracks remnant woodland in Yallambie is likely to support one of the largest known populations of Matted Flax-lily, and many...

The 300+ year old River Red Gum on the corner of Bridge Street and Manningham Road is a registered Heritage Overlay Place. Although dismissed in the North East Link’s Environmental Effects Statement as of no Aboriginal Cultural Heritage value, it...

World Migratory Bird Day is 11 May 2019 and this year’s focus is prevention of the injuries and mortality caused by plastic pollution. That reminds us of the world’s oceans and the shocking loss of sea birds from ingesting floating...