The Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation has presented its annual and half yearly reports to Noosa Council presenting its biggest year in history on activity and...
A network of oyster reefs has been created in the Noosa River system as part of the ‘Bring Back the Fish’ project - an important...
The Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation is helping the fight toprotect Noosa’s iconic Pandanus palm under threat by widespread cases ofdieback.
The small projects that received $20,000 or less from the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Big Ideas 2017 grants round have gained final approval to proceed.
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted this week as the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation determines its final investment decisions for its record breaking $330,000 grants round.
Researchers have released a report on a field survey to support mapping Koala distribution across the Noosa region.
Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation has extended the deadline of its Big Ideas Grants Round to 15 September.
Noosa Biosphere Reserve is undergoing a review of its achievements over the past ten years and aspirations for its future.
Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation will invest $330,000 into the Big Ideas Grants Round which opens for expressions of interest on Wednesday 26 July.
The Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation is calling for Noosa’s next Big Ideas with its supporting grant round opening later this month.
Thirty one American students and 3 faculty members from Virginia Tech University were hosted for an educational visit to the Noosa Biosphere Reserve on Sunday.
Deputy Director of the University of Queensland’s Global Change Institute, Professor Karen Hussey has joined the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation board.
Initial works have wrapped up at the first ‘Keeping it in Kin Kin’ demonstration site off Sheppersons Lane in Kin Kin.
The Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation held its Annual General Meeting on Friday, 9 December 2016.
A new video produced by the Noosa Community Biosphere Association (NCBA) is helping locals understand the significance of our Noosa Biosphere Reserve.
Cats Claw Creeper and Madeira vine are being hunted out in the Kin Kin Catchment as part of the ‘Keeping it in Kin Kin’ project.
Landholders in the Kin Kin and Cooroibah areas are invited to participate in a survey being conducted on koala populations across the Noosa Shire.
A breeding program of the Mary River Cod is restocking populations in the Mary River Catchment with Geraldine its leading lady.
The University of the Sunshine Coast’s team of koala-detecting sniffer dogs has received a $60,000 grant from the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation to track koala...
The Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation has released a progress report on projects approved by the Board over the last six months. Newly appointed Chairman of the...
In July 2015, the Foundation called for 'Big ideas' to futher Noosa's conservation and environmental standing. Many of these projects are now underway. Eligible groups...