Tallebudgera Valley Nature-Culture Alliance
Tallebudgera Valley Nature-Culture Alliance (NiCA) is newly established unincorporated group of landholders who have formed for the purpose of regenerating ecological communities, as a community. Underpinning our passion to form NiCA is the desire for on-the-ground community cultural approaches that
expertise and resources,
lead to regeneration, conservation and stewardship, and
leave Tallebudgera Valley’s natural assets better for future generations.
We attach great importance to a mutual, honest exchange of ideas and opinions.
Tallebudgera Valley is a significant nature corridor connected to Springbrook along the MacPherson Ranges. The Valley corridor includes ‘substantial remnants’ and ‘critical corridors’ and encompasses land under a broad spectrum of tenures and uses. We believe that collective positive conversations help facilitate community spirit which in turn fosters prosperity and protects the environment.
We acknowledge that nature and culture are profoundly interlocked and together deliver environmental, social and economic benefits to ecological and human communities.
To champion connection, commitment and resilience recognising the vital importance of nature and cultural diversity for the well-being of Tallebudgera Valley, now and in the future.
Tallebudgera Valley is a vibrant diverse ecological community of which humans are a part.
Strengthen our partners and collective narratives around nature.
Promote awareness of sustainable land-use practices and action that considers natural and cultural diversity in policy and decision-making processes.
Implement opportunities for the participation of different stakeholders, including local landholders, residences, Governments and other stakeholders, for sustainable regeneration and management of our environment.
Encourage good practices for the conservation and promotion of interlinked natural and cultural diversity.
Support local bottom-up inclusive initiatives for conservation and regeneration of biocultural diversity as the basis for a resilient and sustainable community.
NiCA projects support the participation of different stakeholders, including local landholders, residents and community members for on-ground activities supporting conservation and regeneration of biocultural diversity in our forests.