The custodianship of a landscape is not merely about conserving what we see. It is about being there and respecting the environmental integrity of an area whilst building an intimate relationship
with the land.
With the responsibility outlined above comes the need to restore and enhance biodiversity.
Our continuous presence on Kachana Station since 1989 enables us to curb the impact of wild-fire. This and the introduction of managed herding are reflected by increasing biodiversity.
It all begins with respect for the land and being there.