Australian Land
Conservation Alliance

Bringing together Australia’s leading on-ground conservation organisations 

Photos supplied by various ALCA members see credits in footer for details.

We Are ALCA

ALCA member organisations support the diverse people, places and practices that contribute to the conservation and health of privately owned and managed land.

Our members are apolitical and together we are taking the lead on some of the most pressing conservation issues. We work across Australia to restore endangered ecosystems, expand finance and funding, build the protected area estate and use nature-based solutions to tackle climate change.

Our members work across:

3,000+

Landholders

3 Million+

Square kilometers of land

50,000+

Supporters

700+

Staff

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PLC2021 - Hybrid Event - Calls for Abstracts
We are ambitious for a future where nature thrives Australia wide cared for by empowered people and resilient communities. This may be the SUPER year for nature and we are at the beginning of the UN Decade on ecosystem restoration. So what will it take to scale up our efforts to achieve the ambitious targets we need to set?
ALCA is calling for abstracts that demonstrate what we are doing to redouble our efforts. Demonstrate your case studies or emerging ideas related to landscape scale or large-scale conservation programs or collaborations, finance or policy opportunities that have the ability to significantly scale up our impact.
Abstracts close 2nd August. www.alcaconference.org.au/abstracts
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PLC2021 - Hybrid Event - Calls for Abstracts
We are ambitious for a future where nature thrives Australia wide cared for by empowered people and resilient communities. This may be the SUPER year for nature and we are at the beginning of the UN Decade on ecosystem restoration. So what will it take to scale up our efforts to achieve the ambitious targets we need to set?
ALCA is calling for abstracts that demonstrate what we are doing to redouble our efforts. Demonstrate your case studies or emerging ideas related to landscape scale or large-scale conservation programs or collaborations, finance or policy opportunities that have the ability to significantly scale up our impact.
Abstracts close 2nd August. https://www.alcaconference.org.au/abstracts
#ALCAPLC

🥳 PLC2021 - Hybrid event - Calls for Abstracts
Biodiversity underpins all life on earth. It supports our healthy food systems, our health and wellbeing, our businesses, and our economies. It is valuable for its intrinsic nature. How do you value nature?
ALCA is calling on practitioners, researchers and consortiums to submit abstracts that illustrate new learnings, science and practice related to how we identify, measure and value nature and culture. Examples, reports or research that demonstrate the value of nature to livelihoods, well-being, our economy. Examples of where this has been used to generate interest, land access and/or ownership, support or income. Abstract submissions close 2nd August. www.alcaconference.org.au/abstracts
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🥳 PLC2021 - Hybrid event - Calls for Abstracts
Biodiversity underpins all life on earth. It supports our healthy food systems, our health and wellbeing, our businesses, and our economies. It is valuable for its intrinsic nature. How do you value nature? 
ALCA is calling on practitioners, researchers and consortiums to submit abstracts that illustrate new learnings, science and practice related to how we identify, measure and value nature and culture. Examples, reports or research that demonstrate the value of nature to livelihoods, well-being, our economy. Examples of where this has been used to generate interest, land access and/or ownership, support or income. Abstract submissions close 2nd August. https://www.alcaconference.org.au/abstracts
#ALCAPLC

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NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust; Bush Heritage Australia; Australian Wildlife Conservancy; The Nature Conservancy Australia; Greening Australia; Landcare Australia; Nature Foundation; Trust for Nature Queensland Trust for Nature; Tasmanian Land Conservancy

Who doesn't love Costa Georgiadis Official! There is still time to register for the online conference delivered by ALCA member Landcare Australia. 5-6 August.Whether you live in Australia’s biggest cities or the most rural locations, you can participate as a free online delegate at the 2021 National Landcare Conference & Awards on Thurs and Fri, 5-6 August.

MC and Landcare Champion Costa Georgiadis Official brings together a program of experts from the landcare community to share the latest innovations, technologies and tangible ideas for you to take action about the Environment & Climate Change, Sustainable Agriculture, Community Partnerships and the impact of Landcare.

The conference will be live streamed and recorded, so you can dip in out and catch-up later. Free registration gives you access to the National Landcare Awards presentation, educational resources and more.

Register as a virtual delegate now!
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Who doesnt love Costa Georgiadis! There is still time to register for the online conference delivered by ALCA member Landcare Australia. 5-6 August.

PLC2021 - hybrid event - Calls for Abstracts
Are you a private land manager who has been impacted by floods, droughts and fire? What are you learning about your recovery efforts? Are you supporting a larger initiative adapt, respond and build resilience to the future?
ALCA is calling for abstracts related to recovery and restoration: Learning and practice, innovations or new technology, related to recovery from drought, flood, fires. Demonstration or research of innovative or proactive ways of building resilience into our landscapes. Case studies representing the full diversity of land, sea and water managers across our sector are encouraged. Submissions close August 2nd. www.alcaconference.org.au/abstracts
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PLC2021 - hybrid event - Calls for Abstracts 
Are you a private land manager who has been impacted by floods, droughts and fire? What are you learning about your recovery efforts?  Are you supporting a larger initiative adapt, respond and build resilience to the future? 
ALCA is calling for abstracts related to recovery and restoration: Learning and practice, innovations or new technology, related to recovery from drought, flood, fires. Demonstration or research of innovative or proactive ways of building resilience into our landscapes. Case studies representing the full diversity of land, sea and water managers across our sector are encouraged. Submissions close August 2nd. https://www.alcaconference.org.au/abstracts
#ALCAPLC

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NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust; Bush Heritage Australia; Australian Wildlife Conservancy; The Nature Conservancy Australia; Greening Australia; Landcare Australia; Nature Foundation; Trust for Nature Queensland Trust for Nature; Tasmanian Land Conservancy

We have some exciting news - the Australian Land Conservation Alliance (ALCA) Private Land Conservation Conference is back! The BCT will be hosting this year’s hybrid event (part face-to-face, part online) in October. The theme is Recover, Restore, Redouble and ALCA have put a call out for abstracts. If you’re interested, check out their post below.

#PLC21

www.facebook.com/104407991111232/posts/383301603221868/?d=nPLC2021 RECOVER RESTORE REDOUBLE

ALCA is thrilled to announce a call for abstracts for its private land conservation conference PLC2021. We ask presenters and delegates to reflect on the challenges we have overcome since we last came together, to look forward and consider the opportunities that will enable us to redouble our efforts.

ALCA’s purpose is to grow the impact, capacity and influence of private land conservation to achieve a healthy and resilient Australia. We invite you to share your knowledge, perspectives, research or experiences contributing to this unique forum and shaping the growth and effectiveness of the private land conservation sector.

Abstracts are open until 2nd August, for a landmark Conference that will bring people together, physically and virtually in October. We can’t wait. Submit your abstract and be part of the conversation.
www.alcaconference.org.au/abstracts
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We have some exciting news - the Australian Land Conservation Alliance (ALCA) Private Land Conservation Conference is back! The BCT will be hosting this year’s hybrid event (part face-to-face, part online) in October. The theme is Recover, Restore, Redouble and ALCA have put a call out for abstracts. If you’re interested, check out their post below.  #PLC21  https://www.facebook.com/104407991111232/posts/383301603221868/?d=n

PLC2021 RECOVER RESTORE REDOUBLE

ALCA is thrilled to announce a call for abstracts for its private land conservation conference PLC2021. We ask presenters and delegates to reflect on the challenges we have overcome since we last came together, to look forward and consider the opportunities that will enable us to redouble our efforts.

ALCA’s purpose is to grow the impact, capacity and influence of private land conservation to achieve a healthy and resilient Australia. We invite you to share your knowledge, perspectives, research or experiences contributing to this unique forum and shaping the growth and effectiveness of the private land conservation sector.

Abstracts are open until 2nd August, for a landmark Conference that will bring people together, physically and virtually in October. We can’t wait. Submit your abstract and be part of the conversation.
www.alcaconference.org.au/abstracts
... See MoreSee Less

PLC2021 RECOVER RESTORE REDOUBLE  ALCA is thrilled to announce a call for abstracts for its private land conservation conference PLC2021. We ask presenters and delegates to reflect on the challenges we have overcome  since we last came together, to look forward and consider the opportunities that will enable us to redouble our efforts.  ALCA’s purpose is to grow the impact, capacity and influence of private land conservation to achieve a healthy and resilient Australia. We invite you to share your knowledge, perspectives, research or experiences contributing to this unique forum and shaping the growth and effectiveness of the private land conservation sector.  Abstracts are open until 2nd August, for a landmark Conference that will bring people together, physically and virtually in October. We can’t wait. Submit your abstract and be part of the conversation.
https://www.alcaconference.org.au/abstracts

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