Building Bio-Bridges for a shifting climate

We are excited to launch our 'Building Bio-Bridges for a shifting Climate' short film. Kick back, relax and we hope you leave feeling inspired. It’s been a wild few weeks in the world, and out in the wild (and no-so-wild) places, biodiversity continues to do it’s work. You can help it along by re-wilding, by building bio-bridges in your back yards, paddocks and along river banks.

We know our climate is shifting, and we also know there are plenty of ways we can help.

"Whether you’re a farmer, a landholder, a renter, or just wanting to get out there and get involved in your community, there’s a lot of different ways that you can participate in landscape restoration and in supporting Bio-Bridges."

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North Coast Regional Landcare Network and the Rising Strong Project acknowledges that this short film was created on the traditional lands of the Bundjalung Nation. We pay our deepest respects to First Nations people past, present and emerging and recognise the crucial role of listening, learning and continuing to build and strengthen relationships with local First Nations communities.

This project has been assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.

A big thanks to a lush forest for helping us bring this film to life, and all the fantastic local legends featured.

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