Queensland Trust for Nature

Investing in Queensland’s biodiversity

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Queensland Women’s Week breakfast event

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The Queensland Trust for Nature (QTFN) is an independent not-for-profit organisation working to achieve enduring conservation outcomes on privately-owned land.

We focus on protection and restoration of ecologically important areas and critical wildlife corridors. Our Trust Deed confirms our principal purpose as the protection and enhancement of Queensland’s natural environment. We also prioritise the provision of information, education and research on Queensland’s natural environment.

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If you’re lucky enough to go to London be sure to check out Kew Botanic Gardens. Lovely little video showing art and nature harmonising at Kew.

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1,200 hanging garlands. Over 1 million dried blooms. There's still time to experience Rebecca Louise Law’s most intricate large-scale artwork to date, and see the Egyptian garlands that provided inspiration: goo.gl/W4b9q5 💮🌸🌼 #LifeInDeath
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How lucky are we to have the most enthusiastic volunteers ever! Thomas and Hannah are setting wildlife cameras at Aroona to monitor feral animal populations. What champions! Thomas has been working solidly at Aroona this month renovating the homestead for Camp Koala. 
Have any furniture to donate? Wed love to hear from you.

2 days ago

How lucky are we to have the most enthusiastic volunteers ever! Thomas and Hannah are setting wildlife cameras at Aroona to monitor feral animal populations. What champions! Thomas has been working solidly at Aroona this month renovating the homestead for Camp Koala.
Have any furniture to donate? We'd love to hear from you.
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If you ever noticed just how great it feels to get outdoors and into nature then you should come to our free breakfast event! Featuring a fascinating talk by UQ researcher Dr Theresa Scott on evidence showing health benefits from nature, an intro to Japanese forest bathing and a delicious healthy breakfast plus off-grid coffee. This is Queensland Womens Weeks hottest event!! Register here https://greenvscreen.eventbrite.com.au

4 days ago

If you ever noticed just how great it feels to get outdoors and into nature then you should come to our free breakfast event! Featuring a fascinating talk by UQ researcher Dr Theresa Scott on evidence showing health benefits from nature, an intro to 'Japanese forest bathing' and a delicious healthy breakfast plus off-grid coffee. This is Queensland Women's Week's hottest event!! Register here greenvscreen.eventbrite.com.au ... + Read More- Read Less

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