What we do

This is our “passion project”

We focus our work on priority landscapes by selecting areas rich in biodiversity and safeguard it for future generations. How? 

By buying land. We acquire and manage land that has existing biodiversity value or threatened species (like Koalas, Tasmanian Devils, Spotted-tail quoll and Silver-leaved mountain gums);

By building knowledge. Deep research helps us identify the sites, species, ecosystems and landscapes that are most in need of work. Then we share that learning with others to build knowledge and understanding of the issues our environment faces; and,

By safeguarding the landscape. Once we’ve secured the land for future generations, we then undertake different safeguarding activities relevant to each reserve’s unique needs, such as long-term localised research, registering conservation covenants, undertaking feral animal control, tree planting, habitat enhancement, animal welfare, protecting waterways, minimising soil erosion, preparing for fire, and weed control.

What We Do

Building knowledge

Many of the supposed benefits of prescribed burning and more are unsupported by science

Buying land

We acquire and manage land that
has existing biodiversity value or threatened species

Safeguarding the landscape

We undertake different safeguarding activities relevant to each reserve’s unique needs

With Your Help, We are Making The World a Better Place

For every tree and animal we lose – whether due to development, land degradation, heat stress or dehydration – all living things on our planet move a step close to extinction. That includes you and me, not just our beautiful wildlife.

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