The CLMA works with Central Australian Landholders and the community on a range of projects. See below for insight into some of our projects.

  1. Managing Outback Roads

    Posted on: 2019-05-26

    Managing Outback Roads Manual  The Managing Outback Roads Manual is an integral contribution to outback road management, linking soil experts with 'on the ground' practitioners. Written by Hugh Pr… Read more.

  2. SOILS: Sustaining Our Livelihoods Project

    Posted on: 2018-01-12

    In 2017 the CLMA ran a number of soil workshops as part of the Territory Natural Resource Management (TNRM) “Soils: Sustaining Our Industry and Livelihoods Project”. Read More:   Story From Aileron St… Read more.

  3. The power of raindrops

    Posted on: 2015-11-03

    FEATURE VIDEO 2 ; Are the processes in this video occurring on your country?The CLMA has worked in conjunction with the EMU team and others in Namibia to produce this video. Although based in Nami… Read more.

  4. Centre Land Watch

    Posted on: 2014-10-16

    The Centre Land Watch program is being revived!The CLMA is re monitoring all the Cunningham sites. It is now 50 years since these sites were established, and ten years since Dionne Walsh re monitored … Read more.

  5. Bringing Science to the Paddock

    Posted on: 2014-06-27

    'Bringing science to the paddock' takes scientific journal articles ;of interest and relevance to CLMA members and removes ;the jargon ;to get to the point. Articles will continue to be… Read more.

  6. Ecosystem Managment Understanding™ (EMU)

    Posted on: 2014-06-03

    Ecosystem Management Understanding is a process that aids land managers to recognise and read landscape processes, condition and change. Click on the link below to find out more ;about some of the… Read more.

  7. Soil Conservation

    Posted on: 2014-03-05

    Soil Conservation videos taken on Coniston Station with Manager Max Lines and Soil conservation expert Col Stanton.… Read more.

  8. Desert Poppies

    Posted on: 2014-03-02

    In ;2013 Catherine Marriott came to Alice Springs and ran an Influential Women forum. The forum went over two days and had 19 women mostly from the central Australian pastoral industry taking part… Read more.