Category Archives: Scottsdale Reserve

Trees growing on ‘minefields’ – Andres Gordon

Trees growing on ‘minefields’ Throughout the last 800 years of human history, conflicts between different groups have opened paths for the use of imaginative and controversial tools to stop, injure and most of the times destroy one another (Truver, 2012). … Continue reading

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Scottsdale Reserve: An ambitious project

On Friday October 6, I ventured down to Scottsdale Reserve, Bredbo, with ANU senior lecturer Dr. David Freudenberger and some fellow classmates. Our goal was to assess tree health and growth of previous tree plantings by Greening Australia and previous … Continue reading

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Scottsdale Reserve: A world of pure conservation

75km south of Canberra off the Monaro Highway sits Scottsdale Reserve, a haven of biodiversity conservation and scientific experimentation. Scottsdale Reserve is home to a diverse range of species, with 142 animal species and 217 plant species present within two … Continue reading

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