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Our Healthy Ecosystems program helps maintain and enhance biodiversity, cultural values and resilience by engaging, educating and training communities.
We work with rural property owners, public land managers and Indigenous landholders to deliver real-world solutions to environmental challenges, including fire management, invasive species control and restoration of wildlife habitat. Our award-winning programs bring together scientific expertise and proven community engagement strategies to protect and restore nature and build lasting capacity for effective natural resource management.
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We have been actively involved in fire management, bushfire education and advocacy for sustainable land policy since 1979.
The Hotspots Fire Project is an education and training program we run with the NSW Rural Fire Service to increase understanding of the role of fire in the bush and how it can be best managed for a variety of outcomes.
Through the Firesticks project, we are working with Indigenous communities and government agencies to integrate contemporary and Aboriginal fire practices to protect and enhance wildlife habitat and Indigenous cultural values.
In collaboration with over forty landholders and land managers, NCC and the Clarence Environment Centre are working to reduce the impacts of weeds, pest animals and wildfire on the nationally significant values of the Upper Coldstream.
We are one of several organisations in NSW and the ACT working to restore wildlife habitat and connect vegetation remnants across the landscape.
A diverse group of organisations with an interest in the long-term future of fishing in NSW has come together to boost fish populations by improving the health of fish habitat.
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