Land for Wildlife NSW
If you would like to conserve your property's special features, but don't want to sign a legal agreement, you can join the Land for Wildlife Scheme.
Significant natural and cultural features of the environment exist across the whole landscape. Joining Land for Wildlife is one way you can help conserve and manage wildlife on your property and contribute to the conservation of our unique Australian native plants and animals.
Land for Wildlife in New South Wales in co-ordinated by the Community Environment Network (CEN) in partnership with the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH). The CEN works with interested local organisations who run local Land for Wildlife Programs. For information about the State Co-ordination and running Land for Wildlife in your local area contact the CEN