We provide advice to government agencies, water authorities, institutions and private sector clients in the fields of environment, water, agriculture, economics and communities.
RMCG provides policy, planning and technical consulting services to ensure a healthy future for the environment, industry and communities by helping them to plan and implement change.
We have achieved this position through a commitment to the sustainable development of rural industries and communities.
At RMCG, we pride ourselves on providing working conditions and arrangements that suit each individual’s needs.
The RMCG story started in Bendigo in 1989 with Rob Rendell and Nigel McGuckian. The initial focus was on helping farmers build sustainable businesses. We still retain that strong connection with individual farmers. It gives us a real understanding of what government policies mean in practice.
We care for our employees and clients and pride ourselves on our integrity and willingness to be honest in our advice.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Country that we work on throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and the Elders of other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Moreover, we express gratitude for the knowledge and insight that Traditional Owner and other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people contribute to our shared work.
We acknowledge that our offices are on the traditional lands of the Dja Dja Wurrung (Bendigo), Wadawurrung (Torquay), Wiradjuri (Orange), Ngunnawal (Canberra), Tasmanian Aboriginal people (Penguin and Hobart) and land that is yet to be formally recognised, but is the traditional land of Aboriginal people (Camberwell).
Over this summer and the seasons preceding it, we've seen the impact of various factors on the ability of rural and regional communities and regions to plan for and cope with drought and bushfire. The...Read More
We know the chicken meat industry is changing as farms and factories massively upscale and corporatize. It is moving from the urban fringes to more remote areas including Griffith and Tamworth. Th...Read More