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January 2022: ONLINE NEWS Adventure.com How to travel and make the world a better place in 2022
March 2022: ONLINE NEWS The Advocate, by Patricia Jenkins: Koala foundation fights climate change and fire risk with tree planting goal.
April 2022: NEWSPAPER The Geelong Independent, by Fatima Halloum: Koala-ty volunteers protect native animals.
June 2022: NEWSPAPER The Golden Plains Times, by Tim Bottams: Koala group expands efforts
July 2022: RADIO ABC RN Background Briefing by Rachael Brown: Will any koalas be left in Australia’s east by 2050?
July 2022: NEWSPAPER The Geelong Independent: Volunteers plant trees for koalas with their bear hands
July 2022: NEWSPAPER Geelong Times, by Billy Higgins: Seedlings of Hope: Former forest turning a new leaf
November 2022: PODCAST Aussie Animal Show, by Robert Armstrong: Victorian Koalas Under Threat
November 2022: ONLINE NEWS Take Action For Wildlife by Sally Longson: Calling all koala lovers – koalas need you
November 2022: RADIO ABC Ballarat & Southwest: item in morning news bulletins
November 2022: PODCAST Aussie Animal Show, by Robert Armstrong: Koala Clancy Foundation
November 2022: ONLINE NEWS ABC Ballarat by Lexie Jeuniewic Koala conservationists call for urgent action from next Victorian premier
November 2022: PODCAST Aussie Animal Show, by Robert Armstrong: Koala Rally Speeches
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Koalas on German TV Documentary
Koala Clancy Foundation & Janine Duffy feature on Kieling’s Wild World TV documentary in Germany.
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Replanting the Little River for Koalas
MEDIA RELEASE 20 April 2022, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Koala tree planting organisation on track to replant Little River In just 5 years, Koala Clancy Foundation have planted koala trees along
Raymond Island Tree Planting
Media Release: A team of 20 volunteers, organised by Koala Clancy Foundation, travelled from Melbourne and South Australia to plant 2800 koala and wildlife trees and shrubs on Raymond Island over the weekend of 14 to 17 May.