We work with the following partners:
Waterwatch Victoria is a successful community engagement program connecting local communities with river health and sustainable water issues and management.
Trust for Nature
Trust for Nature works towards managing and conserving biodiversity on private land. Trust for Nature works with landholders to identify areas of high conservation value on their property, providing advice on the ways these are managed and arranging voluntary covenants to ensure the important vegetation on the property is maintained in the future.
East Gippsland Rainforest Conservation Management Network
The East Gippsland Rainforest Conservation Management Network aims to increase the amount of rainforest and associated vegetation types subject to restoration, conservation and permanent protection in East Gippsland.
Gippsland Plains Conservation Management Network
The goal of the Gippsland Plains Conservation Management Network is to protect, manage and restore threatened native vegetation on the Red Gum Plains bioregion. It brings together all managers of native vegetation across public and private land in the Gippsland Plain bioregion, which stretches from east of Lakes Entrance to Melbourne.
Far East Victoria Landcare Inc.
Far East Victoria Landcare comprises 6 Landcare groups located between Nowa Nowa and the Victorian-New South Wales border. It employs 2 staff members to support Landcare groups and carry out projects.
East Gippsland Landcare Network comprises 24 Landcare groups located from just west of bairndale to Lakes Entrance and East Gippsland High Country. It employs 3 staff members to support Landcare groups and carry out projects.
Snowy River Interstate Landcare Committee
Snowy River Interstate Landcare Committee in unique in that the area straddles the Victorian High Country and into New South Wales. The Committee hosts 9 Landcare groups, one in Victoria and eight in New South Wales. The region stretches from the Monaro in southern NSW to the northern reaches of Far East Gippsland in Victoria. It employs 1 staff members to support Landcare groups and carry out projects.
Parks Victoria is a statutory authority, created by the Parks Victoria Act 1998 and reporting to the Minister for Environment and Climate Change. Parks Victoria is responsible for managing a diverse estate covering more than 4 million hectares (about 17 per cent) of Victoria.
The aim of Greening Australia is to engage the community in vegetation management to protect and restore the health, diversity and productivity of our unique Australian landscapes.
Habitat Network East Gippsland
Habitat Network East Gippsland provides a web presence for an information network of environmental groups in East Gippsland.
Friends of the Parks and Reserves of the Gippsland Lakes
The Friends of the Gippsland Lakes provides an avenue for interested persons to participate in projects and activities to enhance the environment, amenity and facilities within the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park, Lakes National Park, Blond Bay Reserve, Gippsland Lakes Reserve and crown land frontages abutting the Gippsland Lakes, Victoria, Australia.
Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC)
The Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Corporation (GLaWAC) represents Traditional Owners who were recognised in the Native Title Consent Determination, made under the Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010.
Moogji Aboriginal Council (Orbost)
Moogji is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation providing services in the East Gippsland community.
Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning
This website merges the information on the previous Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI), Department of Primary Industries (DPI), Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE), and water.vic.gov.au web sites.
East Gippsland Shire Council
East Gippsland Shire covers over 21,000 square kilometres, extending from west of Bairnsdale to the New South Wales border. It comprises 10% of Victoria. Over 70% is National Park, State forest or other Crown land.
Southern Farming Systems is a non-profit organisation providing farmers in high rainfall areas with practical research and information that produces sustainable results.