Whilst we appreciate accolades and awards, we consider our greatest achievements to be an engaged community that generates change in the way that management of landscapes are viewed. Significant and collaborative research in partnership with universities and the general community are also important to us, as is a robust, mutually beneficial volunteering program that engages volunteers both locally and from afar.
We also consider achievement to be the ability to educate, inspire and enthuse students to embark on science and ecology as a future education and career pathway. Finally we consider achievement is to have an engaged, competent and well trained workforce and that love what they do. So, do we achieve? We believe the answer is yes, but don’t listen to us…. read what our students, employees, volunteers and visitors have to say.
Read what our students, employees, volunteers and visitors have to say.