Links to rangeland and related sites
Useful websites about Australian rangelands
North Australia and Rangelands Fire Information
The CLC represents Aboriginal people in Central Australia and supports them to manage their land, make the most of the opportunities it offers and promote their rights.
The NLC is responsible for assisting Aboriginal peoples in the Top End of the Northern Territory to acquire and manage their traditional lands and seas.
Territory Natural Resource Management (TNRM) is an independent not for profit organisation that works with landholders, community groups, industry and government to ensure sustainable management of our water, land, soils, plants and animals.
For more than 36 years, the Arid Lands Environment Centre has been a strong and trusted voice for the conservation and responsible management of the land, water and natural resources of Central Australia.
The Centralian Land Management Association (CLMA) is the pastoral industry’s Landcare group in central Australia. It was formed in 1988 by a group of local pastoralists and has developed into the largest Landcare group (by area) in Australia.
Barkly Landcare and Conservation Association was formed in 1995 and is a community of pastoralists who are dedicated to improving land and environmental management practices on the Barkly Tableland region of the Northern Territory.
Roper River Landcare
The VRDCA was established in 1987 by a group of pastoralists concerned about the growing impact of invasive species (flora and fauna), erosion and wildfire on the natural state of the region.
The NTCA is the peak primary industry body in the Northern Territory, representing over 90% of the Territory’s pastoral industry, from small family pastoral holdings and Indigenous enterprises to large corporate entities. The NTCA’s mission is to ‘Advance and protect the interests of cattle producers in the Northern Territory’.
The Rangeland NRM Alliance is a network formed by 14 regional natural resource management organisations from across Australia. Our purpose is to set and influence the rangeland policy.
Regional Development Australia (RDA) is an Australian Government initiative that brings together all levels of government to enhance the development of Australia’s regions. A national network of RDA committees has been established to achieve this objective.
Soils for Life is an Australian non-profit Registered Environment Organisation, founded and chaired by Australia’s former Governor General, Major General The Honourable Michael Jeffery, AC AO(Mil) CVO MC (Retd). We encourage the wide adoption of regenerative landscape management practices to restore landscape health and produce quality and nutrient-dense food and fibre.
Meat & Livestock Australia Limited (MLA) delivers research, development and marketing services to Australia’s cattle, sheep and goat producers. MLA has approximately 50,000 livestock producer members who have stakeholder entitlements in the company.
The Hub brings together the world’s latest mapping and imagery technology to provide a simple web-based tool to allow Australia’s rangelands to be managed more profitably and sustainably.
International Rangeland Sites
The Rangelands West and Global Rangelands portals and database provide public and private land managers, researchers, Extension professionals, educators, and the public in the U.S. and worldwide with the information and tools they need for sustainable management of rangelands, informed decision-making, professional enhancement, and educational activities.
Advancing rangeland ecology and pasture management in Africa
The aim of the International Rangeland Congress is to promote the interchange of scientific and technical information on all aspects of rangelands: research, planning, development, management, extension, education and training.
The theme of this year’s Congress is “The Future Management of Grazing and Wild Lands in a High-Tech World”. Over 500 papers from authors representing nearly 60 countries have been submitted for consideration as an oral or poster presentation in one of 31 sub-theme areas.
The Society for Range Management is the professional scientific society and conservation organization whose members are concerned with studying, conserving, managing and sustaining the varied resources of the rangelands which comprise nearly half the land in the world. Established in 1948, SRM has over 4,000 members in 48 countries, including many developing nations.