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Strathbogie Ranges CMN

Welcome to the official website of the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network (SRCMN).

Here you’ll find events, news and local information about conservation in the Strathbogie Shire. If you’d like to get in touch with us, please feel free to send us an email or find us on Facebook.

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Welcome to the official website of the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network (SRCMN)
Here you’ll find events, news and local information about conservation in the Strathbogie Shire. If you’d like to get in touch with us, please feel free to send us an email or find us on Facebook.

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Past Projects

Check out what we've been doing lately

Useful Links

Some handy links to other sites

Upcoming Events

Join us at our next event

Local Publications

Gain some new skills, all for free!

Walking Guides

Get out and explore

Past Events

Read up on some of our previous events to get a feel for what we do.

Local Blogs

RSS Strathbogie Natureview

  • Strathbogie groundwater update – June 2019
    In September 2018, the Strathbogie Groundwater Project began monitoring water levels in eleven groundwater bores on the Tableland, to develop an understanding of the regional groundwater resource. Most of these bores are monitored manually every few months to measure depth of the water table, whilst the water level in one bore (soon two) is monitored […]
  • What exactly is a ‘marsupial mouse’?
    In the absence of better descriptive terms, early naturalists often named Australian animals after the superficially similar European animals they were familiar with – and many of these have stuck, to this day. Take, for instance, the carnivorous marsupials now known as thylacine, quoll, phascogale, antechinus and dunnart – these used to be called ‘Tasmanian […]
  • Come help with Seven Creeks revegetation at Gall’s Gap.
    Revegetation improves habitat and water quality
  • Strathbogie Granite: the story told
    Neil's geological expertise was evident throughout.

RSS Our Strathbogie Forest

  • Victorians overwhelmingly want protection for native forests & an end to logging
    That’s the outcome of a wide-reaching survey by the Victorian Government into the ‘Future of Our Forests‘. The survey included: 126 face-to-face events across the state involving over 2000 participants. On-line participation from 2824 people 49 youth participants from 22 … Continue reading →
  • Strathbogie Forest logging coupes – gone!
    The Victorian Government has halted all logging in the Strathbogie Forest, according to a recent announcement by the Minister for Agriculture, the Hon. Jaclyn Symes. The government’s new Timber Release Plan (TRP) shows the removal of all logging coupes, covering … Continue reading →
  • NE RFA & the Strathbogie Forest
    A New Plan for the Strathbogie Forest. Unlike in Tasmania and NSW, here in Victoria the Regional Forest Agreements (RFA) are not simply being rolled over, thankfully. The government and DELWP have embarked on a RFA Modernization Program that includes … Continue reading →
  • Andrews Government #IntlForestDay legacy – failure to protect native forests
    On 2019 International Day of Forests, Save our Strathbogie Forest group calls on the Victorian Government to show leadership on protecting our native forests for their increasingly urgent roles in mitigating the climate crisis and biodiversity crisis. The Andrews Government … Continue reading →