The story so far...
It covers the history of these communities, from indigenous management, through early European settlement and changes in agricultural practice to today.
What is a Conservation Management Network?
A Conservation Management Network (CMN) is a network of remnants of native vegetation, their owners or managers and other interested individuals. CMNs usually focus on a single ecological community (e.g. grassy ecosystems), because the management needs of each community are relatively uniform. An important purpose of CMNs is to assist landholders and land managers in the management of remnants.
CMN aknowledges the generous support of the NSW Office of Environment & Heritage.