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Department of the Environment and Heritage, September 7, 2006
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About the poster
All Australians can join in helping to protect threatened species. You can:
- Join a local conservation group, such as Landcare, to help plant trees and create habitat
- Take part in awareness activities such as National Threatened Species Day and the Hands on for Habitat Awards
- Encourage your school to get involved in a local conservation program
- Grow native plants in your garden and ensure weeds don't spread into surrounding bush
- Be a responsible pet owner: keep cats in at night and don't dump unwanted animals in the bush
- Logs have life inside! Leave hollow logs on the ground, and buy your firewood from a sustainable source
- Be aware about how to cause minimal damage to the environment when you go walking or camping out in the bush