Time to put your thinking cap on and put forward nominations for this year’s Froggatt Awards.
Tim Low introduces Insect Watch, a handy guide for anyone interested in identifying and reporting potential new pest species.
A new community force has been launched to help tackle growing impacts of feral deer in Victoria.
Federal environment minister set to take action that will reduce feral horses numbers in Kosciuszko National Park.
A $371 million biosecurity funding package announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrision will strengthen Australia’s ability to stop new pests and diseases from entering the country.
An innovative project that has successfully eradicated black rats from an island off Tasmania’s far northeast coast has been recognised with a national Froggatt Award.
More than 250 champions from across Australia’s and New Zealand’s biosecurity sector have come together virtually to pave the way forward for a biosecurity mass movement.
An award-winning wilderness weeding venture has put a callout for volunteers ready to brave Tasmania’s wild wilderness coastline this summer.
The discovery of yellow crazy ant clusters less than 20km from Townsville has alarmed the local taskforce battling these invasive ants.
Four out of five Aussies would back environmental initiatives like tree planting, weed removal and river restoration to keep people in regional communities employed while we recover from the economic impacts of COVID-19.
Remote Norfolk Island is a haven for wildlife found nowhere else on the planet. But the survival of many is directly threatened by invasive species.
Keeping a lid on the spread of yellow crazy ants in Nome near Townsville is vital work that needs the help of the local community.