Land Covenantors Victoria

LCV represents landholders who have placed conservation covenants on their land to protect biodiversity. Covenanting land is a selfless and timeless gift to the future.
72,000+ hectares of private land already protected forever.
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Connect

LCV is a strong network for all Victorian land covenantors who want to be the best land stewards they can be.

Share

LCV members share knowledge on best practice land management and learn from the Traditional Owners of that land.

Advocate

LCV advocates for removing barriers that prevent greater uptake of conservation covenants. View our agenda here.

What we do

LCV is an independent, not-for-profit, member-driven organisation for the 1,500+ Victorian landholders with conservation covenants. LCV’s aim is to facilitate mutual support by current and future covenant holders and encourage private land conservation.

Who we work with

Our landholders work with a broad range of organisations, including Trust for Nature, Land for Wildlife, local councils, catchment management authorities and private companies in maintaining and protecting the land for future generations.

How we help

LCV links covenantors to each other and to information that helps them manage their land in an efficient and effective manner. We are a strong network of visible, valued and supported landholders working together to achieve lasting change.


FRIENDS OF LAND COVENANTERS VIC

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Join us as a full member

If you already have a covenant on your land, please join as a full member here (it’s free).

Recognising our First Nations People

Land Covenantors Victoria acknowledges and pays our respects to the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Victoria – past, present and emerging. We recognise their enduring connection to land, waters and community and we seek to learn from their practices in land management.