Friends of Grasslands' primary publication is the newsletter, News of Friends of Grasslands. It is produced five or six times a year and provides a wealth of information on what we are up to, plus educational articles including reports and summaries of workshops, visits and submissions. The newsletter is posted free to members and is also available by email. You can help by preparing articles, and by joining the select group of people who prepare the printed copies for posting - see activities for time and place of the next 'stuffing night'.
In addition to the printed newsletter, an electronic bulletin, the E-bulletin, is emailed to members. At present, that is coming out about once a month. If you would like to receive a complimentary copy of the E-bulletin, Contact Us.
Grassland Flora, a highly recommended field guide for grassy ecosystems, is distributed by Friends of Grasslands.
FoG is also sells copies of the Grassy Ecosystems Management Kit: a guide to developing conservation management plans. The kit contains step-by-step activities that are used to develop a conservation management plan.
Proceedings from a Grassland Beyond the Reserve workshop (December 2000) are still available for purchase.
The final report on Community Monitoring of Golden Sun Moths in the Australian Capital Territory Region, 2008-2009 is available for download only (pdf file, 1.2 MB)
Rainer Rehwinkle has prepared a PATN analysis of grassland associations within the Natural Temperate Grassland Endangered Ecological Community in the Southern Tablelands of NSW (2MB file, download only)
FoG submissions and correspondence are on the Advocacy page.