To help raise awareness for threatened Australian species, The Department of the Environment are inviting all Australians to create baked goods shaped like endangered critters or plants.
This is only the second time the competition has been run, but that hasn't stopped Arid Recovery from putting their kitchen skills to the test once again!
Field Ecologist & Community Co-ordinator at Arid Recovery, Nathan Beerkens, last year earned himself the "Commissioner's Choice Award" for his cake shaped like a Sawfish - all four species of which are endangered in Australia.
The Threatened Species Bake Off is open to anybody, and all you need to do to enter is bake something in the shape of a threatened species and post a photo of it on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #TSBakeOff. Entries close September 6th.
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