Nardoo Hills

On this episode of The Eco Show Bridie visits Nardoo Hills Reserve located in Central Victoria on Dja Dja Wurrung country. The reserve, managed by Bush Heritage Australia, is one of the few places left in Victoria where you can still find healthy Grassy Box and Box-ironbark species. But the biodiversity of the region is under threat due to an increasingly dryer climate. Learn all about the Climate-Ready Revegetation project occurring in the reserve tonight.

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Reground

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The Plains Wanderer

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