The Research Dogs for Conservation program run by the University of the Sunshine Coast trains, tests and uses detection dogs for conservation projects and relies on the ALA to design surveys and manage data.
17 January, 2019 ALA Blog
ecoEd is an innovative training and skills development program for university lecturers, researchers and industry professionals.
4 December, 2018 ALA Blog
Images and traits of 1000 seeds of Australia’s native plants are now available on the Atlas of Living Australia and free to use for species verification, conservation management, education, art and more.
In April 2018, Rangers from eastern Arnhem Land Indigenous Protected Areas and Macquarie University ecologists extended their cross-cultural biodiversity research thanks to an Australian Government Inspiring Australia Citizen Science Grant.