Australian Capital Territory Natural Resource Management (ACT NRM) is one of 56 regional NRM organisations across Australia under the Australian Government’s regional stream of the National Landcare Programme. ACT NRM is hosted in the ACT Government Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate.

ACT NRM works together with delivery partners, volunteers, the broader ACT and regional community and other stakeholders to identify investment priorities, broker partnerships, share knowledge, and deliver programs. Our investment is centred around three strategic investment themes focusing on biodiversity, sustainable agriculture and Aboriginal NRM.

Aboriginal NRM

Supporting the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to connect to and benefit from Country


Supporting threatened species, landscape resilience, adaptation and community engagement

Sustainable Agriculture

Supporting our farmers and farming systems

Grants, volunteering and events

Find out about opportunities to become involved with NRM

Investment Plan

NRM funding priorities identified with the community

Tools and Resources

Provides access to data and tutorials

Our NRM Community

About the Regional Body, and our NRM community partnerships

Our Partners

Who we work with to support better NRM outcomes

Acknowledgment of Country

Acknowledgement of the Ngunnawal people and Ngunnawal Country