Kosciuszko to Coast (K2C) is a partnership of thirteen organisations and numerous businesses, landowners and individuals (associate members) working with landholders in South East NSW (K2C region) to conserve and recover our grasslands, woodlands, riparian and wetland areas, small bush birds, arboreal mammals and treasured forest communities and species.
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Good news - K2C now has deductible gift recipient (DGR) status
We are pleased to announce that K2C has deductible gift recipient (DGR) status. This means that taxpayers can treat every dollar donated to K2C as tax-deductible.
Donations are vitally important for organisations like ours that run on a lean budget and rely heavily on the work of volunteers.
K2C would be delighted to discuss options with donors. Please drop a line to Geoff Robertson at email email@example.com. However please understand that donations must be gifts made unconditionally.
Value proposition – what K2C offers
Our motto is Landholders – Links – Landscapes. K2C assists landholders to manage their land for sustainability and conservation and to protect native plants and animals against climate change and other threats. K2C aims to work at a landscape scale by promoting projects that may reconnect native vegetation across the landscape.
K2C is made up of 15 regional Partners that offer assistance to landowners to manage their land sustainably and for conservation. Each Partner has specialised strengths and offers landowners a different type of assistance. K2C helps to promote these services and also attempts to find new ways to mix them to achieve different environmental outcomes related to connectivity and the survival of our unique plants and animals.
K2C has run many successful projects over the years across the K2C region in which many landowners are involved. It is continuing to do this through its Land for Wildlife, Save our Species and Yass George projects.
How do I donate?
Donations can be sent either by cheque to our Treasurer
229 Mt Livingstone Rd
Or by EFT to
BSB: 032 724
Acc. No: 29 -6755
So that a receipt can be provided for your donation please provide your email and/or name and address with your cheque or by email if you are donating by EFT.
From the Horses Mouth - Healthy Horse Keeping Seminar
28 Mar 2017 - 6:00pm
The ACT Regional Landcare Facilitator Program invites the equine community to an evening of informative and engaging presentations from local and interstate equine educators and vets. Please see full program below;
Biobanking Workshop - 28 March 2017
28 Mar 2017 - 5:00pm
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FOG highly recommends Woodland Flora, a Field Guide for the Southern Tablelands (NSW and ACT), published in 2015. It is an easy to use field guide for woodland ecosystems by Sarah Sharp, Rainer Rehwinkel, Dave Mallinson and David Eddy. It covers 440 species found in woodlands in the Southern Tablelands. Many of these species also occur in other habitats and in other regions and states. Every page has descriptions and one or more photos to help identify each of the species. This is a companion book to Grassland Flora.Friends of Grasslands Inc is the distributor for the book and can supply both retail and wholesale quantities.
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K2C Forum, 18 November, 2016: Dieback and Woodland Restoration
Please take a look at these important presentations to the forum on 18 November on this critical issue.
Calling all Horse Enthusiasts - March is your month
29 Mar 2017 (All day)
The Canberra Region is hosting three events that will bring experienced and highly knowledgeable equine educators to an event near you. If you are interested in developing a property plan based on Equiculture principles, concerned about worm resistance or want to know more about what plants can be harmful to your horse, there is an event just for you