Methods and Impact

Our landscape-wide vision

We are guided by a long-term vision of reconnecting native habitat across the Upper Wimmera, from the Grampians/Gariwerd to the Pyrenees. Since 2008, we have been working with the Wimmera Catchment Management Authority, landholders of the Upper Wimmera Catchment, and the Central Biolinks Alliance, to develop and implement the "Grampians to Pyrenees Biolink Plan". This plan sets our priorities for the future and guides an integrated set of on-ground habitat creation and protection activities and community capacity building activities.

Financial transparency

We ensure financial transparency of our operations so you can be confident your donations are going to protecting our landscape. We are a registered Not-for-profit organization with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. Read our Annual Report to learn more about our finances.

Scientifically trained team

We have a highly experienced team holding postgraduate scientific qualifications in agroforestry, agricultural science, and ecology. Our team's cumulative 50+ yrs of experience in natural resource management includes native habitat regeneration, seed collection and propagation, biodiversity monitoring, whole farm planning, integrated pest and disease management, experimental design and statistical analysis. This ensures the work we do is scientifically sound, and has real and lasting impacts on both community and our local ecology.

A lace monitor spotted near Mt Dryden. Photo credit to Clive Carlyle.
A lace monitor spotted near Mt Dryden. Photo credit to Clive Carlyle.

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