Tag: khrpp

Protecting Koala Habitat Corridors in the South-East Corner

Decades of habitat loss, disease, drought and bushfires have taken their toll on the koala population of Australia. Last month, the unfortunate news was announced: many Governments along the Eastern Coast of Australia have officially listed the Koala as Endangered. The news, though unwelcome, will prompt change and inspire an opportunity to make some changes. […]

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Expansion of the Koala Habitat Restoration Partnership Program

Since its commencement in 2019, the Koala Habitat Restoration Partnership Program (KHRPP) has established seven projects across south-east Queensland, which over the 5-year duration of the program will result in the restoration of more than 255 hectares of koala habitat.   KHRPP projects are located on private landowner sites with existing koala populations. By revegetating koala food […]

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