Art in the Landscape
Find out more about our story through the various art onsite.Read more
The Friends of Winton Wetlands recently organised a ‘Wildlife Rescue info with Clean Up Day’ event which delivered information and knowledge on how to help injured wildlife.Read more
5th Annual Restoration Science Forum 15th and 16th August 2019 The theme for the 2019 event is ‘Connecting People with Nature’. This theme emphasises the role of nature in both ecosystem health and human health. We are interested in both the restoration stories and how these have helped connect people with nature. We are …Read more
Winton Wetlands’ environmental potential is being diversified with expressions of interest now open on a new solar project for the site. In response to the Australian Government’s initiative to mitigate the risk of climate change and global warming, the purpose of the proposed project is to supply green electricity generated from solar irradiation into the …Read more
An important aspect of the restoration of Winton Wetlands is the re-establishment of native species local to the Wetlands. The availability of hollows as shelter and nesting sites for threatened tree-dwelling mammal species is vital to their persistence and movement through the landscape. Through the ‘That’s One Giant Leap’ project, funded by the Victorian State …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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