Australia’s natural resources are an intrinsic part of not only our agricultural production but our identity and sense of place. Our nation’s soil and water, plants, fungi, animals, birds and insects need to be understood and protected.

Natural Resource Management involves many parts of the community, including farmers and landholders, bush regeneration groups, indigenous people, national parks rangers and more. Tocal’s Natural Resource Management programs help train you to leave the land in better condition than you found it.

Interested in a career in NRM?

Thinking of taking the next step in your career? The AHC51120 Diploma of Conservation and Ecosystem Management could open new opportunities for jobs in Natural Resource Management.

The course is designed for land holders and managers, bushland regenerators, pest officers and other students of environmental management, with an emphasis on managing areas of land.

Units: Depends on qualification

Aboriginal rural training program

Books - EnviroGuides

Our EnviroGuides provide excellent information on managing land from a conservation
perspective. Written in a clear and engaging style and filled with beautiful full colour
images and diagrams, these books provide a helpful introduction to the basic principles
of environmental management and guide you through the planning and practice.