Australian Landcare International

Australian Landcare International (ALI) is a non-profit organisation that aims to facilitate and support overseas communities to adopt a Landcare approach to manage and sustain their land, water and biodiversity.

Victorian Mobile Landcare Group

The Victorian Mobile Landcare Group supports Landcare projects that require remote country operation and use of 4WD vehicles, either in pursuit of their own programmes or supporting other agencies including Parks Victoria, DELWP and traditional Landcare groups.

Central Victorian Biolinks Alliance

The Central Victorian Biolinks Alliance was formed in 2010 by community conservation groups in Central Victoria, in recognition that the large-scale landscape restoration needed to halt environmental and species decline in Victoria will require coordination of effort, knowledge as well as new and innovative approaches.

The Alliance is currently comprised of 12 member Landcare networks, conservation management networks and environment groups extending from the Grampians across to the Australian Alps and from the Dividing Ranges to the Murray River.

Victorian Blackberry Taskforce

The Victorian Blackberry Taskforce was established in 2001 to work with Victorian communities and government agencies to provide a collaborative effort to control blackberry (Rubus fruticosus aggregate). 

Victorian Serrated Tussock Working Party

The Victorian Serrated Tussock Working Party (VSTWP) is a community driven group focused on serrated tussock management within Victoria since 1995. Their vision is to control the spread of serrated tussock in Victoria to reduce the impacts on the economy, society and environment.

Victorian Gorse Taskforce

The Victorian Gorse Taskforce was formed in 1999 as the result of a concerned community and driven by local Landcare groups and municipalities. An exotic plant from Europe, gorse (Ulex europaeus L.) is a Weed of National Significance (WoNS) due to its high level of invasiveness, potential for spread, and economic and environmental impacts.  The primary role of the VGT is to oversee the coordination and implementation of the Gorse Control Strategy.

Victorian Rabbit Action Network

The Victorian Rabbit Management Collaboration Initiative commenced in October 2014 and is the result of a collaborative project between the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre (IA CRC) and the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR). The Initiative will support community-led action for more sustainable and effective rabbit management in Victoria. It recognises the importance of all land holders, land managers and groups with rabbit management responsibilities to coordinate their effort around clear goals.

National Malleefowl Recovery Group

The National Malleefowl Recovery Group implements actions from the National Malleefowl Recovery Plan, which sets out all of the actions necessary to stop the decline of, and support the recovery of Malleefowl and aims to maximise the long term survival in the wild of the species.. The Malleefowl is listed nationally as Vulnerable and for every threatened species in Australia (listed in the EPBC Act) there is a Recovery Plan. The National Malleefowl Recovery Team has members representing a wide range of interests, including farmers, scientists, community groups and government agencies, with representation from ACT, New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia.