Conservation & Land Management

Conservation and Land Management includes the environmental issues of land care, salinity and water management. Looking after Australia's forests, bushland, grasslands, wetlands, coastal and other natural areas requires an understanding of how ecosystems work. Biodiversity values, soils and erosion control, revegetation and restoration, mapping, pest plants and animals, and the impact of the ever increasing human demands placed on natural resources.  Environmental issues are critital for the future of rural and related industries. National priorities for environmental threats highlight the importance now placed on land management skills and capabilities.
Industry sectors are community coordination and facilitation, conservation earthworks, indigenous land management, natural area restoration, vertebrate pest management, weed management, lands, parks and wildlife.
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Training Packages

The Training Council has direct influence on the development and review of the following Industry Training Package(s).  To view the current Training Package(s) click on the relevant link below:


AHC10   Agricutlure, Horticulture and Conservation & Land Management


For further information on the Agricutlure, Horticulture and Conservation & Land Management training package visit Skills Impact.

Links & Resources

Please refer to our Links & Resources for information on Careers, Industry Associations, and Employee and Employer organisations within this industry area.