In 2015, the NRCL Board developed new priorities to guide our work to 2020 and beyond. Our 2015-2020 strategic priorities reflect the desire of the Board to ensure that the NRCL builds on its proud heritage of supporting community engagement and the practical on ground conservation efforts of community based groups. The NRCL Grants Program represents a key initiative in this area with its focus on supporting community based organisations and their members to build their capacity to undertake locally based and community owned projects.
Significantly, the NRCL Board is aware that its property at Cranbourne positions the organisation as the custodian of a considerable endowment providing it with the potential to make a substantial contribution to the environment of Victoria particularly through the promotion of sustainable urban development, community awareness and action in environmental protection and enhancement.
Our vision is to be an innovative and strategic leader in the promotion of conservation ideas
and actions that value, protect and enhance ecosystems in an environment impacted by a growing population,climate change and increasing demand on our natural resources
Southern Brown Bandicoot Workshop to be held on September 24 2017: Come along to this free, family friendly workshop and learn more about the results of research into the southern brown bandicoot, a nationally endangered species that is thriving at Settlers Run. . . . [read more]
Successful forum on climate change and rural landscapes: On November 28, the NRCL ran a forum on the Impact of climate change on rural landscapes at Narmbool, near Ballarat. . . . [read more]