Thursday, 23 June 2016 by Natura Pacific
Spend a few moments with Mick and Dave from our consulting team as they undertake field surveys in the Logan Shire of South-east Queensland. As you can see from the footage of this wild and beautiful bushland, there is more to Logan than meets the eye, including being the home to many populations of our precious
Friday, 03 June 2016 by Natura Pacific
Natura Pacific, in collaboration with Griffith University, is very excited to be working on a new project ‘GroNATIVE’. GroNATIVE will give south east Queenslanders an easy to use resource that can help guide you in the selection of locally native plants for your garden or landscaping project. Dr Rochelle Steven is working hard researching the species that are readily
Friday, 20 May 2016 by Natura Pacific
Getting outside with your children or the children in your care is not only lots of fun but has also been shown time and again to have significant benefits for childhood development. So how do you really make the most of your time with kids in nature? In this video Dionne Coburn, an Educator and
Organic recycling at home can be so simple. This is a great eco-friendly way of disposing of your fruit and vegetable scraps while fertilising your garden at the same time. Watch as Senior Educator and waste expert Lucy Fouche shares some quick and easy tips to get you started.
Friday, 22 April 2016 by Natura Pacific
So what is a catchment? Is it something important and does it affect you and me? Adam from Natura Education explains the vital importance of our local catchments and how e can all help to keep them healthy into the future.
Wednesday, 20 April 2016 by Natura Pacific
Take a moment to learn about some of the amazing adaptations that some of our Australian native plants have made in order to survive in their environment. In this video Kieran Richardt talks about the fascinating pitcher plant and how it has an amazing and engaging story to tell that can be one of many
Thursday, 24 March 2016 by Natura Pacific
What if we could make use of our amazing Australian native plants for all types of gardening and landscaping? What if up and coming app technology was able to help us plan our gardens in such a way that we were contributing to conservation at the same time? Dr Mark Runkowski introduces an exciting new