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RSS Strathbogie Natureview

  • Mt Wombat storm skies
  • Rain – when less is better
    With Victoria’s wet and wild weather of the last few days, I was keen to see how our local creeks responded to about 35 mm of rain overnight. It’s a far cry from the 150-250 mm some catchments in South Gippsland received yesterday, but given the damage that floodwaters can cause, in this case, less […]
  • A Koala Story – don’t tell anyone!
    If you breathe a word of this to anyone .....
  • Strathbogie Trailcams – Introduction
    The Strathbogie Ranges CMN Citizen Science project has produced some short videos that introduce trailcams and their use (camera trapping) in the Strathbogie Forest. Here’s the first video in the series – introducing the landscape, the forest and the project. For more information and more videos, visit https://strathbogierangesnatureview.wordpress.com/snap/caught-on-camera/ All work was conducted in the state […]

RSS Our Strathbogie Forest

  • The forest campaign – in pictures
    This story was initially produced as a photobook for personal use, to document the journey and enormous community effort that went into gaining protection for the Strathbogie Forest. But now that it’s done (the book), it seems a shame not … Continue reading →
  • Strathbogie Forest says ‘Thank You’
  • Victoria’s native forest industry – the numbers just don’t stack-up
    Victoria’s ‘forest industry’ is a multi-billion dollar industry that is currently thriving and looking to expand. Yet, some politicians and commentators seem to delight in declaring that thousands of jobs will be lost, that entire towns will shut down, that … Continue reading →
  • Strathbogie Forest Protected – At Last!
    Save Our Strathbogie Forest  – Media release, 11 Nov. 2019 Victorian Government Announces Permanent Protection for the Strathbogie Forest The Save Our Strathbogie Forest (SOSF) community campaign, with it’s hundreds of members and thousands of supporters, applauds the Andrews Government’s … Continue reading →