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South East Local Leaders’ Program – Applications Open

South East Local Leaders’ Program – Applications Open

Nov 24, 2017 | No Comments

Apply now for an opportunity to be part of a rural leadership development program building community, industry  and government leadership capacity for resilience and sustainability. This 9-day program, run over three residential workshops from February to May 2018, is ideal for those looking to build the skills to have greater influence and impact, whether at […]

Lovegrass at the Landcare Lounge

Lovegrass at the Landcare Lounge

Nov 21, 2017 | No Comments

Do you need some help with controlling African Lovegrass? If so, drop in to the Far South Coast Landcare Office next week for the first ‘Landcare Lounge Sessions’. The ‘Sessions’ provide a casual setting in which landholders can get the information and connections they need, over a cup of tea, at a time that suits […]

Wild Deer survey

Wild Deer survey

Nov 17, 2017 | No Comments

In response to the growing interest of many community members with the presence of wild deer in their region, Upper Murrumbidgee Landcare and associated Landcare groups have developed a survey to gauge landholders’ perceptions on a range of deer issues. The survey is open to all landholders in south-east NSW, bordering Victorian regions and the […]

About CMN

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The Far South Coast Conservation Management Network (CMN) supports private landholders in the Bega Valley Shire to recover and manage native vegetation on their properties.

The CMN aims to inspire and motivate landholders, increase knowledge about native vegetation management and develop the skills to do this work. The coordinator manages the CMN website, produces regular e-newsletters with links to stories, local events and information, organises workshops and field days, and responds to email and phone enquiries from landholders.

The CMN is supported by South East Local Land Services through funding from the Australian Government and Bega Valley Shire Council.