Habitat Restoration receives nearly £250,000 of funding from the Darwin Plus Overseas Territories Environment and Climate scheme in December 2014
The funding from Darwin Plus comes at a critical time, as the final phase of the Habitat Restoration Project begins in January 2015.
Photos of Grytviken buildings needed
The South Georgia Museum is looking for photos taken inside the old whaling stations stores before 1982, specifically of the Engineering Workshop and the Main Store (Magasinet). Read more here.
Read SGHT's summary report of Phase 2 of the Habitat Restoration project
At five times the size of any other eradication and with some of the worst weather on South Georgia in a decade, read about what was achieved in 2013 here.
SGHT Trustee Professor Bjorn Basberg receives The Peter Neaverson Award for Outstanding Scholarship
Find out more and purchase Prof. Basberg's award-winning book, "The Shore Whaling Stations of South Georgia" here.
Team Rat complete their 2013 baiting target
Team Rat has now reached its 2013 target, baiting a further 580 square kilometres of South Georgia, despite operating in some of the worst weather in a decade. This year's work means that the team has baited 70% of the infested area of the island.