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We chat with the very entertaining Sean Willmore, President of the International Ranger Federation and founding Director of The Thin Green Line. The Thin Green Line is an Australian NFP that ‘Protects Nature’s Protectors’; the rangers on the frontline of conservation across the globe. Over 1000 rangers have been killed in action over the past 10 years. We’ll also play tunes from the World Ranger Day fundraiser gig; Tinpan Orange, Tex Perkins and Makana. Should be a good show!

We chat with the very entertaining Sean Willmore, President of the International Ranger Federation and founding Director of The Thin Green Line. The Thin Green Line is an Australian NFP that ‘Protects Nature’s Protectors’; the rangers on the frontline of conservation across the globe. Over 1000 rangers have been killed in action over the past 10 years. We’ll also play tunes from the World Ranger Day fundraiser gig; Tinpan Orange, Tex Perkins and Makana. Should be a good show!
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We chat with the very entertaining Sean Willmore, President of the International Ranger Federation and founding Director of The Thin Green Line. The Thin Green Line is an Australian NFP that ‘Protects Nature’s Protectors’; the rangers on the frontline of conservation across the globe. Over 1000 rangers have been killed in action over the past 10 years. We’ll also play tunes from the World Ranger Day fundraiser gig; Tinpan Orange, Tex Perkins and Makana. Should be a good show!

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