Tag - Griffith University


Bat Education for the Australian Curriculum

Educating communities about the importance of our bat populations is becoming more important as the threats they are facing increase. Because of their importance as a keystone species in Australia’s ecosystems, and general misunderstandings within the populous, it is imperative that people are informed and well educated around Flying Foxes and Microbats so they can …


VIDEO: Back from the Brink – Scalloped Hammerhead Shark

It is time for our next episode of Back from the Brink and this time around we were privileged to be invited out to the stunning marine environment of Moreton Bay to work with Johan Gustafson from Griffith University to learn about the plight of the Scalloped Hammerhead Shark. Take a look… The ‘Back from …


VIDEO: Back from the Brink – Red and Yellow Mountain Frog

This is the first professionally produced episode of our pilot series ‘Back from the Brink’, all about the beautiful and elusive Red and Yellow Mountain Frog. We are very proud to be sharing it with you. Take a look… The ‘Back from the Brink’ series is the first of its kind to exhibit a series …


VIDEO: Back from the Brink – Part 3 (Cont.): The Angle-stemmed Myrtle (Gossia gonoclada)

Following on from our last video on the endangered plant species Gossia gonoclada, we come back to Griffith University’s PhD candidate Tamara Taylor to learn more. In this video Tamara explains why this species is in danger of extinction, the threats it faces and what we can do to help its recovery. A quick note: Tamara …


VIDEO: Back from the Brink – Part 3: The Angle-stemmed Myrtle (Gossia gonoclada)

For the month of March we join PhD candidate from Griffith University, Tamara Taylor, who will guide us in taking a closer look at the endangered plant Gossia gonoclada or the Angle-stemmed Myrtle.  In this first video Tamara explains what this plant looks like and where it is found in South East Queensland. Stay tuned for …


GroNATIVE app launched TODAY!

Today saw the launch of the brand new GroNATIVE app designed for South East Queenslanders by Natura Pacific, Griffith University and the Queensland Government. The event was a great success with the Minister for Innovation the Honourable Ms Leeanne Enoch formally releasing the app to the public at Griffith University’s Red Zone at Southport. Natura …


VIDEO: Native beauty for your garden – GroNATIVE

The native beauty that Australia’s own plant life can offer often doesn’t receive the accolades it deserves! This is particularly the case when we look at what so many of us choose to plant in our gardens – because if we choose natives, we are are choosing to protect our precious biodiversity too! But very …


VIDEO: Natura Pacific helping to inspire innovation and build partnerships

Natura Pacific are proud to be partnering with Griffith University in a project rich in innovation which will see technology playing a role to support improving the biodiversity of south east Queensland. This project received a valuable contribution of funding through the Queensland Government’s Advance Queensland Knowledge Transfer Partnerships program. This video, produced by the Queensland …


GroNATIVE: Taking gardening with natives to the next level

Using Australian native plants for gardening is not a new concept. In fact we have been encouraged by many celebrity gardeners for some 25 years or more to give growing our Aussie natives a go. Indeed there are some distinct advantages in growing native plants with one of the biggest being their ability to meet …


VIDEO: GroNATIVE with our amazing local native plants!

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 …

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