Trust for Nature is a not-for-profit organisation that works to protect native plants and wildlife in cooperation with private landowners.
The East Gippsland Landcare Network Inc. is an umbrella organisation for Landcare Groups in the Bairnsdale and Districts and High Country region. The Network is run by a committee of Landcare members from different groups in the region.
East Gippsland Water is working on two significant conservation initiatives with the GPCMN: The Peregrine Falcon Project and the restoration of wetland owned by East Gippsland Water at Cobblers Creek, south of Bairnsdale.
The GPCMN is funded by the Gippsland Lakes Environment Fund administered by East Gippsland Landcare. The Gippsland Lakes Ministerial Advisory Committee has been established by the Minister for Regional and Rural Development, Peter Ryan, and Minister for Environment and Climate Change, Ryan Smith to:
Caring for our Country is one way the Australian Government funds environmental management of our natural resources by supporting communities, farmers and other land managers to protect Australia's natural environment and sustainability.
Alinta Energy is a diverse, yet established energy company with a long history in operations, investments and assets across Australia and New Zealand. They have a significant involvement with many local communities and are committed to a range of sponsorship and partnership programs.
Alinta Energy supports our Peregrine Falcon project.
The Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) provides an efficient management approach for public and private land, and water for the people of Victoria. Their Communities for Nature grants supports the Victorian community in contributing to practical on-ground solutions for local environmental issues.
Their Coastcare Victoria Community Grants Program supports community organisations to take practical local action to protect and enhance the coastal and nearshore marine environment.
Landcare Australia brokers partnerships with a range of companies to provide resources for Landcare and other community volunteer groups.
The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority provides for the integrated management of land, biodiversity and water resources in the region.