The Rangeland NRM Alliance is a network formed by 15 regional natural resource management organisations from across Australia.
Our purpose is to set and influence the rangeland policy agenda by:
The best way to get in touch for more information is via email.
We are happy to speak to you about what we do, what you do and how we might team up to do things better.
The Alliance members all contribute to the employment of a coordinator who currently is hosted by Desert Channels Queensland and works from Adelaide.
PO Box 601, Longreach QLD 4730
7 Hackney Road, Hackney SA
Kate Forrest finishes as the Rangeland NRM Alliance Coordinator at the end of 2019. Kate has worked as the Coordinator on and off for the past decade. Kate could not bring herself to leave the rangelands behind entirely and her new job will see her popping up across the regions over the next couple of years.
You can still contact the Alliance via the email link above.
If you want to contact Kate she has moved to FarmMap Analytics https://www.farmmap4d.com.au/ and her phone number hasn’t changed.
The Outback Alliance launched at Parliament House on 26th November 2018. The Rangeland NRM Alliance is a founding member of this cross-sectoral group of non-government organisations and individuals that have a shared vision for the better development, welfare and protection of Outback Australia.
The diverse members of the Alliance have a common interest in ensuring the development of policies that work best for the communities and the environment of remote Australia. Our sectors have come together because of our common and intertwined interests in supporting people in small and remote communities.
The reports developed via the NRM Planning for Climate Change cluster project for the Australian rangelands are available on the Climate Change in Australia website. This includes 12 reports plus the projections report from CSIRO outlining what the models are saying about the future of the rangeland climate.