Art in the Landscape
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An important aspect of the restoration of Winton Wetlands is enhancing biodiversity which can be achieved by protecting and reintroducing native species. To select the best course of action, having sound knowledge about the site and its wildlife is vital to plan and implement effective strategies. Throughout September the team of staff and volunteers a …Read more
Update 18th January: Read about what facilities are open or remaining closed for now at Winton Wetlands. The safety of our visitors and staff is Winton Wetlands highest priority. When visiting Winton Wetlands, please adhere to Victorian State Government guidelines and restrictions surrounding social distancing, group sizes and hygiene. Full details can be found at https://www.vic.gov.au/coronavirus. Facilities …Read more
Have you seen a Bearded Dragon at Winton Wetlands? Do you have a keen eye for Cane Grass? By recording your plant and animal finds into online databases, you too can be a citizen scientist! So, what is citizen science? Citizen science is public participation in scientific research and can be an enriching way …Read more
There is a level of irony in portraying huge artworks on tiny stamps, but even at a small scale, the impressive nature of these creations is evident. The artworks have become a magnificent symbol of the local people, nature environment, history and industries that were the heart of rural communities. The Winton Wetlands Art Tank, …Read more
Around the world places once used for industrial or agricultural purposes are being redeveloped in ways that make them valuable community assets and economic drivers. The Winton Wetlands Project is one of the world’s most significant environmental, social and economic renewal projects, whether measured by its environmental ambitions, its social and cultural significance, or its sheer scale.
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