The BCT is opening its conservation management program in an additional seven regions across New South Wales.

New board members Phil Duncan and Fiona Simson

The NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust welcomes two new board members to support our work to expand private land conservation in NSW.

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Bird enthusiasts came together in Rankins Springs last week to learn about protection of the much loved and endangered ground dwelling bird, the malleefowl.

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The NSW Government is proud to be making a major contribution to the conservation of important native species and habitats by supporting private landholders to enter into conservation agreements with the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust.

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Landholders in NSW can confidently enter into a conservation agreement with the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust knowing the costs to manage native habitat won’t impact their bottom line.

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New conservation agreements between the NSW Government and landholders in the south-east will permanently protect 4200 hectares of priority snow gum woodlands and native grasslands.

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The NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust is proud to be working with Landcare NSW to deliver private land conservation outcomes for NSW.

A new $1.4million program will be delivered by Landcare NSW over the next 18 months.

An aerial image of land that can be restored and revegetated under a NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust conservation agreement.

The NSW Government has released its four-year investment plan to help private landholders protect our most at-risk landscapes and threatened species.  

Koala conservation WWF and BCT partnership (credit Joel Stibbard)

Landholders on the NSW North Coast will play a critical role in conserving critical koala habitat under a new partnership of the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust (BCT), WWF and the NSW Koala Strategy. 

Two men stand silhouetted against a brilliant purple and orange sunset overlooking water on the conservation area of Gayini Nimmie Caira Credit Annette Ruzicka The Nature Conservancy

Nari Nari Tribal Council will lead critical habitat management on the largest privately-held land area in NSW to be permanently protected under a funded Conservation Agreement delivered through a significant co-investment partnership between it, t

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