Supporter Impact Reports
Our annual Supporter Impact Reports detail our activities and our achievements.
We acknowledge the support of funding bodies and our Patrons for their continued support of our work protecting this important 132 hectares of native bush: a vital section of the Warrandyte-Kinglake conservation corridor and home to Powerful owls, Brush-tailed Phascogales and many other important and endangered plant and animal species.
Our combined efforts in co-operative land management have achieved the preservation of an area that is now considered of exceptional local and regional biodiversity.
Our Members contribute to the conservation of the property through annual levies and through volunteering their time. Weeding, planting, monitoring cameras, checking exclusion plots and plant guards are just some of the activities undertaken every month by Members.
We apply for and gratefully receive a range of grants every year. These grants and the Patron contributions go solely towards the conservation work. They enable us to employ contractors to perform some of the more challenging tasks which are beyond the capabilities of our members. It makes an enormous difference, as you will read in our Supporter Impact Reports..
Download our Supporter Impact Reports by clicking on the images below. (pdfs are 9-10MB)