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Awarded for services to the environment

good news article for Australian environment
Alison Teese was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for services to conservation and the environment at the 2015 Australia Day Awards. The OAM list provides national and formal recognition for Australians who have made a significant difference to their communities.

Alison Teese is a farmer who has been recognised for setting up a philanthropic trust to preserve the nation’s native eucalypt trees. She was raised on a dairy farm in Gippsland, Victoria, in Australia, and her early life shaped her passion for the land and natural science. Her work involves a range of projects that extends from creating bird habitats to conserving native trees.

In 1989, Alison became one of the founding members of the Moolort Landcare Group and still remains an active member today, as she continues to raise awareness of the environment including climate change and land management.

 
Landcare Australia Limited is the leading not-for-profit organisation responsible for raising awareness and funding for the Landcare movement.
 
 

4 comments:

  1. This is awesome... just think if we all took care of our small part, the Earth would be in a much better state, we need more people like her ♡

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  2. I love anything that helps the environment and Alison Teese is a great role model.

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  3. Congratulations Alison, so much great work for the environment in Australia for so many years. Also Landcare is such a wonderful grassroots community that does so much worthwhile work.

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  4. Nice to know that she was rewarded~ Hope such people continue great work~ I am with her~

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