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The Southwest Environment Alliance (SEA) represents variety from of a number of groups and passionate individuals who care about the environment. Collectively we advocate protecting, restoring and improving the biodiversity values of this region. The main role of SEA is to provide opportunities for networking and a platform for a coordinated approach to funding applications & local environmental issues.

Our Member Groups

Portland Field Naturalists' Club

Portland Field Naturalists’ Club (PFNC) was formed in 1945 out of concern for the future of native vegetation in  the region, in the face of post war development.

Purpose

PFNC is comitted to the appreciation, protection and enhancement of our natural environment. This is achieved through advocacy, outings, surveys, gaining and sharing knowledge, participation …Read more »

Friends of Cape Nelson Landcare/Coastcare Inc

Friends of Cape Nelson Landcare / Coastcare aims to maintain improve and promote the Cape’s great environmental assets and tourist attractions whilst operating as a proactive and cohesive community.

The Group’s current goals are to build on more than 25 years of achievement. To extend our many kilometres of biodiversity corridors, our continuous pest plant …Read more »

Eumeralla Landcare Group

The Eumeralla Landcare Group provides support and networking opportunities to farmers and Macarthur residents who are interested in carrying out Landcare Projects. The group has supported many local farmers and landholders to deliver revegetation projects; including wildlife corridors and riparian rehabilitation projects and pest plant and animal control projects.

In the township of Macarthur, the …Read more »

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Latest News & Events

Protecting Wattle Hill Creek

Protecting creeks and seasonal wetlands via stock exclusion and revegetation is just one of the many landcare methods that can be used to restore ecosystem health.

This new vegetation acts not only as a shelterbelt for wildlife but also a filtration systmem for the water entering the creek and wetland.

The Southwest Environment Alliance partners …Read more »

Bittern Recovery project for the Glenelg Hopkins CMA Region

The Glenelg Hopkins CMA looking for landholders who wish to partner and implement projects, that aim to protect / restore suitable habitat on private land for the Bittern.

Glenelg Hopkins CMA have funding available for the following works: 

fencing reinstating wetlands (through NGT)reducing stock grazing  weed and pest animal control  Read more »

Roadside character - is it worth saving?

One local man has been working throughout the Shire with a team of dedicated volunteers who believe that roadside character is definitely worth preserving. Their efforts to protect roadside vegetation is admirable!

Did you know that there are approximately 2,577km’s of local roads within the Glenelg Shire? Council relies of the good will of …Read more »

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