Australian Land
Conservation Alliance

Bringing together organisations that work to conserve, manage and restore nature on privately managed land

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, build the protected area estate, tackle invasive species, expand private conservation finance and funding 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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Did you join us at #PLC22, wish you had, or are thinking about coming along to #PLC23?

Either way, check out this short video to be reminded of the energy and enthusiasm on show at PLC22.

PLC23 plans are evolving so subscribe here to be kept up to date: alca.us4.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=b231762047e0ffce2d678da26&id=9bb7ca81b6
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It is the last week of June, so your mind may have turned towards tax! At ALCA we are reflecting on how a review of conservation taxes and deductions will ensure they are fit-for-purpose to address the escalating nature and climate crises.

As recommended in the Samuel Review: “To foster private sector participation in restoration, the Commonwealth should formally investigate and consider changes to the tax code that can deliver environmental restoration.”

More information on our recommended changes to taxation on conservation landholders is available in the 2022-23 Pre-Budget Submission we made earlier this year:
alca.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/20220128-2022-23-ALCA-Pre-Budget-submission_web.pdf

We look forward to the government’s full response to the Samuel Review and to working with the government to implement changes that ensure that best outcomes for nature.

Read the Samuel Review here: epbcactreview.environment.gov.au/resources/final-report

Image: Tinderbox Reserve by M Palmer, supplied by Tasmanian Land Conservancy
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It is the last week of June, so your mind may have turned towards tax! At ALCA we are reflecting on how a review of conservation taxes and deductions will ensure they are fit-for-purpose to address the escalating nature and climate crises. 
As recommended in the Samuel Review: “To foster private sector participation in restoration, the Commonwealth should formally investigate and consider changes to the tax code that can deliver environmental restoration.” 
More information on our recommended changes to taxation on conservation landholders is available in the 2022-23 Pre-Budget Submission we made earlier this year: 
https://alca.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/20220128-2022-23-ALCA-Pre-Budget-submission_web.pdf
We look forward to the government’s full response to the Samuel Review and to working with the government to implement changes that ensure that best outcomes for nature.
Read the Samuel Review here: https://epbcactreview.environment.gov.au/resources/final-report
Image: Tinderbox Reserve by M Palmer, supplied by Tasmanian Land Conservancy
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