Welcome to the home of the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network.

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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James Fitzsimons Field Day

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Euroa Introductory Event 2017

Local Blogs

RSS Strathbogie Natureview

  • Pollinators in your garden
    Euroa Arboretum Free Event Presented by Karen Retra at the Third Age Clubrooms in Euroa on Saturday 24 February starting 10.30 am
  • Lace Monitor or Tree Goanna – Koonda Hills
    Goannas aren’t often seen in the Strathbogies, other than on the drier western/northern escarpment. Even there, sightings aren’t common. And this one wasn’t in the Strathbogies either, though not far away – at Upotipotpon in the Koonda Hills north of Violet Town. This sub-adult Tree Goanna, or Lace Monitor (Varanus varius) was crossing Sloans Rd, […]

RSS Our Strathbogie Forest

  • Prime Greater Glider habitat going, going, gone @$80/cu m
    $80/cu m – that’ll be roughly the value of timber from Barjarg Flat coupe, once the trees have been converted to firewood. Vicforests is at pains to convince everyone that only the rubbish leftover from their logged coupes is used … Continue reading →
  • Vic Government to log Greater Glider stronghold
    The Victorian Government has given it’s commercial logging arm, Vicforests, the green light to log part of the Strathbogie forest that has the highest documented densities of Greater Gliders anywhere in Victoria, perhaps Australia. Good one Dan! And as of … Continue reading →