The Tasmanian Land Conservancy is passionate about conserving Tasmania's habitats and species.
The TLC is actively contributing to Tasmania becoming a world leader in nature conservation and sustainability.
To do this we maintain a team of experts and science innovators, guided by a skilled Conservation Science and Planning Advisory Council. We use rigorous scientific methods to guide reserve management and acquisition. We work with state and Commonwealth bodies, universities and community organisations - locally, nationally and internationally. TLC’s science strategy Knowing Nature 2016-2020 outlines our conservation priorities in the coming years.
The TLC is engaged in a range of science-based projects and collaborations, such as our carnivore and ecological monitoring programs, across our reserves. Our feature projects can be viewed below.
Banner photograph: Heath Holden
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The number and scope of research projects involving TLC land continues to grow, including through our involvement with the Protected Area Learning Research Collaboration.More
The TLC has developed an Environmental Account for Five Rivers Reserve, using an asset condition accounting method created by the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists. This is the first case study to be developed on a private reserve in Australia that could convert ecological monitoring data into a common unit of measurement – called Econd.More
The TLC's Bird Conservation Fund combines evidence-based research and ecological monitoring with direct management actions ensuring effective and long-term conservation of our birds for generations to come.More
A primary goal of the TLC is to help lead a landscape scale approach to conservation, including a world class system of reserves and off-reserve conservation management.More
Ecological monitoring helps us manage our reserves and build a bank of knowledge about their natural values.More
The TLC fosters new research and partnerships to better understand natural values and how ecosystems function.More
The Tasmanian Land Conservancy celebrates citizen scientists and the wealth of knowledge that can be generated by engaging with our community.More