About Biolinks Alliance 

The Biolinks Alliance was instigated in 2010 by community conservation groups in Central Victoria in recognition that the large-scale landscape restoration needed to halt environmental and species decline in Victoria, will require coordination of effort, knowledge as well as new and innovative approaches.

The Alliance is currently comprised of 18 member landcare networks, conservation management networks and environment groups extending from the Grampians across to the Australian Alps and from the Dividing Ranges to the Murray River.

Biolinks Alliance has identified a unique role for itself as a capacity and partnership building organisation that will ensure that the significant momentum there is for community-driven conservation on public and private land in Central Victoria is supported, coordinated and amplified.