Making tough decisions for the greater good
Nature is unpredictable, as are people and sometimes we see things that cause damage or harm, or present a significant risk to nature’s future. We have an obligation to protect native landscapes and right the wrongs of the past – and often this can be an inconvenience to visitors or communities. The best we can do is make sure Victorians are informed about the decisions we make so here are some of those very examples.
Giving back by getting involved
With more than four million hectares of land and 70 per cent of Victoria’s coastline, managing our broad natural landscape takes a lot of work, and we can’t do it alone. With the help of volunteer groups, community stakeholders and local governments, we are able to shape the future for nature.