In our 100th edition, we hear from our newly appointed Chair, our CEO highlights the busy and exciting year we have had, and we welcome new Board members to EK. The Campaigns team celebrates a year frack free, a pause on industrial works at Entrance Point Reef, a more rigorous assessment of shale gas (fracking) projects by the implementation of the water trigger, and a free flowing Martuwarra Fitzroy River. KNP tells us about documenting traditional knowledge of plants on the Dampier Peninsula, new technology assisting animal tracking and a Birds on Country Symposium. Our Sustainable Communities celebrates the success of the recent Wattleseed harvest. Finally, Pat reviews some Kimberley books, we reflect on Martins 15 years with EK and farewell a special friend and cultural leader. 

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