Bringing together organisations that work to conserve, manage and restore nature on privately managed land
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The Australian Land Conservation Alliance is the peak national body representing organisations that work to conserve, manage and restore nature on privately managed land.
ALCA recognises and respects the deep and enduring relationship that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have with land, sea and water. We recognise the enduring persistence, knowledge and connection built over tens of thousands of years. We recognise that for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, nature and culture are inextricably connected. We acknowledge and value the role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to play in managing Country today and their right to self-determination.
Together with our members, we address some of the most pressing conservation issues across the country, including restoring endangered ecosystems, building the protected area estate, tackling invasive species, expanding private conservation finance and funding and using nature-based solutions to tackle climate change.
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