Central Victorian Biolinks

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Partnership facilitator: Sophie Bickford
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The Central Victorian Biolink project is a new GER partnership to further promote and enable large-scale landscape connectivity in Central Victoria.

It arose from concerns that, in spite of the work of countless people over many decades, the health of the natural environment in Central Victoria is not improving and that long-term successful conservation needs a ‘whole of landscape’ vision.

The project is in its scoping phase. An initial workshop of community groups and networks, held in October 2010, provided strong support for the idea of a Biolinks project that was bottom up, strongly involved community capacity building, was highly inclusive of all potential stakeholders and its social and environmental goals were strongly supported by the best available science.

The Alliance is managed by a Management Team with major decisions made by the member groups.

Alliance members:

  • Project Platypus
  • Wedderburn CMN
  • Upper Campaspe Landcare Network
  • Mid-Loddon Landcare Network
  • Piper Biolink
  • Strathbogie CMN
  • Ballarat Environment Network
  • Bendigo and Districts Environment Council
  • Moorabool Landcare Network
  • Wombat Forestcare

For more information about Central Victorian Biolinks, visit www.centralvicbiolinks.org.au

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