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Organisations Affiliated with SGCS

South Gippsland Conservation Society is grateful for the support of its auspiced and affiliated organisations.

Auspiced Organisations

 Bass Coast Climate Action NetworkBass Coast Climate Action Network is a network of community members concerned about climate change impacts on the Bass Coast. We are working together for positive solutions and to encourage all levels of government to urgently act on climate change.
Save Western Port WoodlandsSave Western Port Woodlands advocate for an end to sand mining in Bass Coast's rare coastal forests and woodlands, and advocate for the gazetting of all reserves and remnant bushland to protect the ecological, educational and cultural heritage values of the woodlands and forests.
Plastic Free Bass CoastPlastic Free Bass Coast is a group of people who care about Bass Coast and want to do something to protect it from the damage that plastic can do. Michelle Ward is the contact for PFBC: 0418 567 997.

Affiliated Organisations

CoastcareCoastcare Victoria proudly supports hundreds of community volunteer groups working to protect and enhance Victoria's 2000 kilometres of coastline.

South Gippsland Landcare NetworkSouth Gippsland Landcare Network was formed in 1995 and remains a vibrant network of eighteen volunteer based Landcare and Friends groups.

Bass Coast Landcare Network aims to promote land use and management that ensures integrity and sustainability of land, water and biodiversity.

Parks VictoriaParks Victoria manages the State's parks, reserves, waterways and other public land, terrestrial and marine national parks and marine sanctuaries.

Energy Innovation CooperativeEnergy Innovation Cooperative assists people in the South Gippsland region to take positive action to address climate change and promote renewable energy.

Wonthaggi Seed Bank and Nursery works to collect, store, propagate and supply indigenous seed and tube stock from local parks and reserves.

LandcareLandcare Victoria represents thousands of people across Victoria, working together to increase biodiversity and promote the sustainable management of land.

Whalewatch gathers information about whales, with hundreds of sightings recorded, and seeks to involve and educate people about these wonders of the ocean.