The Land for Wildlife (LFW) program is a voluntary property registration scheme for landowners who wish to manage areas for biodiversity and wildlife habitat. It encourages and assists landholders to include nature conservation along with other land management objectives. The program is free for landholders to join and is not legally binding. Registration in the scheme will not change the legal status of a property.
The Community Environment Network(CEN) facilitates and supports Land For Wildlife in New South Wales. Locally, PLANS is the regional provider for Land for Wildlife workshops within the Palerang LGA and we work with the Molonglo Catchment Group to deliver these.
- Site assessments;
- Advice on suggested management strategies and actions for the property;
- Support and encouragement for landholders to carry out nature conservation on their land; and
- Run workshops and events.
Our field assesors include:
- Jo Walker
- Kris Nash
- Corinna Little
CEN provides statewide coordination and the framework for Land for Wildlife. This includes:
- Provision of signs, newsletters and information about wildlife and management for conservation;
- program support; and
- maintenance of records and data.
Need more information? Download the LFW Brochure or contact us.
The Land for Wildlife Workshops are funded under the National Parks and Wildlife Association.