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Habitat corridors

As wildlife habitat is forced to make way for housing and industrial developments throughout Port Stephens, we examine the importance of remnant vegetation and existing…

Living with wildlife

Have you see an endangered species in the wild? Join us and learn about our local native species – whether it’s enjoying wildlife encounters in…

Managing ecosystems

We look at how biodiversity in Port Stephens is faring – is it thriving, or just surviving?  Our terrestrial and marine habitats such as bushland…

Climate crisis

EcoNetwork is extremely concerned about the climate crisis and, together with affiliate group Climate Action Port Stephens (CAPS), supports our local Council’s commitment to becoming…

Clean transport

As continued expansion of the road network meeting the demands of road users and reducing traffic congestion? Or is unplanned and unsustainable population growth creating…

Eco homes and communities

Innovations in home and campervan energy efficiency and in waste management are happening quicker than ever. EcoNetwork members Neil, Peter and Brian outline their ideas on how to live…