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Our team is supported by national and state environmental organisations led by the Invasive Species Council and including the National Parks Association of the ACT, National Parks Association of NSW, Colong Foundation for Wilderness and the Nature Conservation Council of NSW.

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4 Corners ‘Feral’ reveals urgent action needed on horses

The Invasive Species Council, host of the Reclaim Kosci campaign, has issued the following statement in response to ABC TV Four Corners "Feral"...

Kiandra Mining Heritage: a personal reflection

It had been a successful day walk with the “Barrier Rangers”, Broken Hill’s long established bushwalking club. We were hosting dinner at our home...

Kosci horse plan adopted: time for action

Today NSW environment minister Matt Kean adopted a feral horse plan for Kosciuszko National Park that promises a significant reduction in feral...

Kosciuszko horse plan promises big reduction but locks in damage

The NSW Government's draft Kosciuszko feral horse plan released today has promised a significant reduction in feral horses in the park, but also...

The moss gatherers

Written by H. D. WilliamsonOriginally published by: Australian Geographical Society, Australian National Publicity Association & Australian...

Silencing the community voice on horses

When the Kosciuszko Wild Horse Heritage Act was passed by the NSW Parliament in 2018, it was touted by the NSW government as a way of being more...

FOI documents reveal bushfire advice for Kosciuszko horses ignored

  Documents obtained through NSW freedom of information laws confirm the NSW government ignored advice on feral horse removal in Kosciuszko...

Three years of a failed feral horse law

The three-year anniversary of the Kosciuszko Wild Horse Heritage Act has left John Barilaro’s promise to solve Kosciuszko’s feral horse problem...

Feral horse report confirms urgent action needed in Kosciuszko National Park

A 20-year analysis of feral horse counts in Kosciuszko National Park provides compelling evidence NSW’s so-called ‘horse removal program’ has been...

Frog captive breeding program useless without feral horse control

Yesterday's launch of a new federally-funded facility for the the critically endangered northern corroboree frog is welcome news, but efforts to...

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Reclaim Kosci represents a broad consortium of individuals and organisations that love Kosciuszko National Park and seek to protect it from the impacts of feral horses.

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