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What does AWC stand for?

AWC stands for Australian Wildlife Conservancy

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Dr John Kanowski, Regional Ecologist, North Eastern Australia for the Australian Wildlife Conservancy, studied three types of projects: monoculture plantations of native hoop pines, mixed species plantations, and rainforest restoration projects comprised of a diverse range of rainforest trees.
Professor Tim Flannery, director of the Australian Wildlife Conservancy, who has spent a lifetime studying these things, tells a fascinating story about the koala and C natural selection.
Other events on next year's calendar include; Come Walkabout in Beverly Hills at the Paley Center in Los Angeles - an interactive consumer travel event showcasing some of Australia's most stylish and exclusive experiences; Australia Plays Broadway, which this year is being held in New York's venerable Carnegie Hall and includes performances from Australian super stars Gabriella Cilmi and Jimmy Barnes; a special performance from the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra at LA's Royce Hall; an Aussie Youth Festival promoting the Australian work and holiday visa for American students; and Wild about Wildlife, a benefit dinner raising money for the Australian Wildlife Conservancy and featuring prominent author and environmentalist Professor Tim Flannery.
The non-profit Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) has bought Marion Downs Station, 350 km east of Derby in the West Australian Kimberley, to expand a private conservation reserve it established earlier when it purchased the neighbouring Mornington Station.
A number of these non-government, nonprofit land trusts operate in Australia, with the best known probably being Trust for Nature, the Australian Bush Heritage Fund, the Australian Wildlife Conservancy and, based in the United States, The Nature Conservancy.