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Managing cesar's impact on the environment

23 Aug 2012 | Filed under company announcements

Caring for the environment is at the heart of what we do for our clients at cesar. In leading by example, we are committed to also taking responsibility for the impact that our staff and operations have on the environment.

Endangered Tiger Quoll presence confirmed in The Otways, Victoria

21 Aug 2012 | Filed under genetic insights

The Genetic Insights team at cesar has confirmed that scat (that’s poo to most of us) found in the Bellarine Peninsular and Great Otway National Park is that of the rare Spotted-tailed Quoll (Dasyurus maculatus), also known as a Tiger Quoll.

What is genetic translocation? How did it work for the mountain pygmy possum?

30 Jul 2012 | Filed under genetic insights

A video targeted at children does a great job at outlining the concept of genetic translocation and how it worked for the mountain pygmy possum. The video was compiled by ABC's "behind the news", 1 May 2012 - press play below.

Impact of severe flooding on platypuses in McKenzie River

18 Jul 2012 | Filed under wildlife ecology

Like many areas in southeastern Australia, the Wimmera region was severely affected by the prolonged drought conditions. The length and severity of the drought significantly impacted aquatic ecosystems and consequently the distribution and abundance of platypuses.

Latest technology showcased at BCG Expo

16 Jul 2012 | Filed under sustainable agriculture

cesar was an exhibitor at the recent BCG Grains Expo at Birchip, Vic.  With many farmers and agricultural industry people present, the day provided an ideal opportunity to demonstrate what the pestIQ website and relating services are all about and how they can lead to better pest management decisions.