Nature Conservation is finding its feet

Our Nature Conservation launch in late May 2017 was an overwhelming success. Thanks to Voyager Estate for their generous support for the night and thanks to everyone who attended and supported our move to Nature Conservation. The launch was not only the culmination of a lot of hard work by staff and Board members, but also a refreshing beginning to our new journey.

We are working hard to grow our organisation:

Strengthening our strategic partnerships with key organisations in the Margaret River region as a first step in building a community conservation culture for our region. Strong alliances are being forged with the Augusta Margaret River Shire, Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association, Margaret River Wine Association and Margaret River Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Strengthening existing relationships with the South West Catchment Council, GeoCatch and the Lower Blackwood LCDC has also been a focus.

Consolidating our work into six conservation programs with clear environmental objectives and strong long term strategic direction.

Planning a Nature Conservation Community Survey to better understand our community’s values and aspirations, to enable us to fully develop our People for Nature Program.

Developing our new membership, volunteering and fundraising processes to enable the community to better support and engage with Nature Conservation.

Developing our new look website which will go live very soon.

Forming new relationships with local businesses as supporter for our conservation programs.