With National Threatened Species Day celebrated on 7 September and Biodiversity Month celebrated during September, it’s time for everyone to start thinking about what you’d like to protect, conserve or improve in your backyard or community. Currently 70% of Australia’s sensitive landscape is inhabited by rabbits and they have been listed as the greatest threat […]
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The May program has been postponed, due to COVID-19 shutdown measures.
Managing rabbits on culturally sensitive sites.
Tips for managing rabbits on fire-affected land.

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Biodiversity Month

With National Threatened Species Day celebrated on 7 September and Biodiversity Month celebrated during September, it’s time for everyone to start thinking about what you’d like to protect, conserve or improve in your backyard or …
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Webinar on Rabbit Management

Have you got a rabbit problem? Are your rabbit control efforts yet to be 100% successful? This ‘how-to’ interactive discussion hosted by Robert Hall of the Port Phillip & Westernport CMA and pest management expert …
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Wave to Volunteers

At VRAN we are all about community-led action. We feel that it is more important than ever to recognise and acknowledge Australia’s volunteers. This week is National Volunteer Week 2020 with the theme “Changing Communities …
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Fire recovery

VRAN support for fire recovery …
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