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Conservation Volunteers has engaged communities in the environment since 1982. By building community capacity they facilitate the protection and restoration of ecosystems. Conservation Vounteers expertise in training and managing community volunteers transforms their efforts into a major force for environmental good and stronger, healthier communities.
Friends of Parks Inc is the independent state body established to protect and represent the interests of the many individual Friends of Parks groups and Affiliated groups in SA. Together these 130 groups represent a membership of over 6000 volunteers whose common interest is the protection and enhancement of South Australia's natural and/or cultural heritage. Friends of Parks groups are community-based volunteers who work in partnership with National Parks and Wildlife.
Greening Australia is a national environmental enterprise committed to tackling complex environmental challenges with the best science and the best people, bringing life to landscapes in ways that work for communities, economies and nature. They began conserving and restoring Australia’s unique landscapes in 1982 and haven’t stopped since. Their programs and projects cover millions of hectares and protect thousands of native species, demonstrating conservation and restoration on a massive scale.
The Landcare Association of SA (LASA) is the peak advocacy and representative body for Landcare in South Australia. LASA is an independent, non-government and not for profit community organisation that supports and advocates for community Landcare by representing the needs and aspirations of member groups and facilitating the exchange of ideas, skills and resources.
The National Trust works to both conserve and promote South Australia’s indigenous, natural, historic and built heritage. National Trust SA manages 24 Natural Heritage reserves totalling over 1,500 ha, and coordinates volunteer activities to help conserve the remnant bushland on these reserves. National Trust SA also advocates on a range of nature conservation issues.
The Nature Conservation Society engages and inspires the community to be champions for nature conservation and biodiversity protection in South Australia. We aim to further the conservation of our unique biodiversity assets through informed, evidence-based dialogue and rigorous environmental monitoring. Income derived from our professional consulting services are used to support the Society’s advocacy, education and philanthropic activities.
Nature Foundation is an apolitical not-for-profit foundation that invests in conserving, restoring and protecting South Australian landscapes, flora and fauna to ensure their survival. Nature Foundation aims to lead the way in sustainable nature conservation by engaging people, resources and good science to conserve the precious habitat of South Australia.
Nature Glenelg Trust is a charitable environmental organisation that protects and enhances the natural environment, with a special emphasis on wetland conservation and restoration activities. NGT generates and supports scientific research, promotes public awareness of nature and makes the expertise of its staff available for professional ecological consulting work, to deliver outcomes for biodiversity. NGT also owns a number of Restoration Reserves, as public demonstration areas for property-scale habitat regeneration in agricultural landscapes.
Trees For Life restores and protects South Australian bushland, farmland and urban landscapes, fosters an appreciation and love nature and empowers people to take action. Trees For Life delivers revegetation services, bushland regeneration, threatened species conservation, volunteer coordination, education and training and climate resilience projects.They have an active supporter base of over 6,000 members and supporters including 2,000 volunteers.
The Wilderness Society is committed to protecting the best of South Australia’s wilderness estate, filling significant gaps in the nature reserve system on land and sea, improving the biological connectivity of nature reserves and reducing the state’s carbon footprint through stopping the expansion of the fossil fuel industry into wilderness areas.
Zoos SA is a conservation charity that exists to save species from extinction and connect people with nature. Zoos SA participates in a range of conservation projects, contributing to safeguarding species in the face of threats including habitat loss, invasive species and human disturbance. Zoos SA also delivers a range of wildlife education programs and raises awareness about nature conservation.