In the past we’ve been very much about getting funding (particularly from the Commonwealth or State Governments) to undertake project delivery to do onground work.

Over time, we have evolved to a stage where we are providing coordinated program delivery.

How we can help

Networking–Sharing information, knowledge & experience

We are great at getting people together to talk. This can be just to acknowledge the issues and share experiences on a particular topic, with your neighbours or government departments that are working in your area. It can be really useful to find out what is being done around your region, as you might be able to share resources or labour and help each other to get a job done.

Workshops–Problem solving groups & workshops

When there is a particular topic of concern, like wild dogs or erosion or grazing pressure, we can organise a space to talk and grow. We can get people together to talk about issues and even maybe how to resolve them. We can get the right people together, facilitate the discussion, and help define the next steps forward.

Programs–Coordinated program delivery

We need to think on a bigger, landscape-scale and across multiple-disciplines rather than deal with specific issues one by one. We want to help people and organisations to look after their own patch, by improving their management and grow into something bigger. To do this, we work towards coordinated program delivery.

Connect. Coordinate. Deliver

So we’ve worked out a solution to the way we work.