Partners

The group works with a number of other organisations to help care for the Cooleman Ridge Nature Reserve. These include:

ACT Parks and Conservation Service

The ACT Parks and Conservation Service is the main government agency responsible for the daily management of the nature reserve.

The ACT Parks and Conservation Service assists the group by providing information and general support to the group.

They also provide rangers who regularly patrol the ridge and who often attend our meetings.


Southern ACT Catchment Group

The Southern ACT Catchment Group represent our group and many other active environmental groups in the southern areas of the ACT.

The Southern ACT Catchment Group assists the group by helping in our development and operation, providing assistance with project ideas, funding opportunities and providing a community forum for ideas and discussion.


Green Army

The Green Army was a hands-on, practical environmental action program that supported local environment and heritage conservation projects across Australia. The Program delivered over 1,000 projects across Australia and engaged with over 11,000 young Australian’s as participants.

The Green Army assists the group by performing many hands on jobs such as weeding, spraying, and planting.


Landcare Australia

Landcare Australia helps out regularly performing many hands on jobs such as weeding, spraying, planting.

The Green Army assists the group by providing information and general support to the group.

 


Canberra Nature Map

Canberra Nature Map is a web site run by volunteers that records sightings of various plants, animals, etc in the various nature reserves throughout the ACT and its adjoining areas.

Canberra Nature Map assists the group by allowing the group to track the location of various species found on the ridge. It also complements several of our own surveys such as the Plant Survery and the Animal Survey.


Australian National Botanical Gardens

Australian National Botanic Gardens is Australia's premier scientific organisation on Australian flora.

The group often liaises with the Australian National Botanic Gardens to help identify plant species found on the ridge.