About Cassinia

Cassinia has been a leader in landscape restoration, conservation development and biodiversity protection since 2004. We deliver projects which protect, restore, reconnect, integrate and embed nature; protect the remnant and what is precious; restore degraded landscapes; reconnect fragmented and isolated landscapes; integrate social, cultural, environmental and economic outcomes; and embed conservation into agricultural landscapes.

Since 2004, we have delivered over 95 landscape-scale projects across four states for a diverse range of stakeholders, including State and Federal Governments, international corporations, NGOs, and Traditional Owners.

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About Conservation Development

Conservation Development defines the process of planning, designing, building, and managing communities that preserve landscapes that are considered valuable for their aesthetic, environmental, cultural, agricultural, and/or historic values.

Conservation developers undertake a deliberate, conscientious, and engaged approach to site planning, land preservation, infrastructure design, landscaping, architecture, and community governance.

Conservation development considers the broader context in which a project takes place. This involves examining both the entire project site and the area surrounding it. In ecology, as in development, nothing exists in isolation. Conservation development demands a deep understanding of the interconnections among the various attributes of the landscape to ensure that the whole is more than a sum of its parts.