Gondwana Link
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Our strategies

Gondwana Link is a conservation program on a landscape scale. In practice that means a a number of smaller area programs working cohesively to produce large landscape change. It is the role of Gondwana Link Ltd to maintain as much cohesion as we can between all the separate efforts - but it is the groups and individuals working in each area who are achieving substantial change on the ground.

Gondwana Link’s principles are firmly based on accepted ecological science but focus on:

  • what we can do now given the knowledge we currently have; and
  • how to best work in a manner that incorporates new learnings and adjusts what we do as we are doing it.

 

Ring tail possums
Ring tail possums >Nature Conservation Margaret River Region are romping ahead with Western Ringtail Possum conservation including surveying of the river foreshores and significant habitat enhancement. Photo Boyd Wykes.
 
 
 
Yarrabee before FS440-10
Yarrabee before FS440-10 >Restoration on Yarrabee just east of the Stirlings. Some locals feel this land and neighbouring blocks should never have been cleared as they are agriculturally low productivity. Gondwana Link are delighted to return the property to nature.
 
 
 
G'Day USA 2007 donation
G'Day USA 2007 donation >Gondwana Link receive a donation raised in New York through G'Day USA, 2007, arranged through The Nature Conservancy and delivered by their then CEO Steve McCormack.