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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ALCA member the Australian Wildlife Conservancy has updated their brand identity, with a refreshed logo that reflects the criticality of partnership and collaboration to protect Australia’s unique biodiversity. Learn more: www.australianwildlife.org/australian-wildlife-conservancy-unveils-new-brand-identity/ ... See MoreSee Less

ALCA member the Australian Wildlife Conservancy has updated their brand identity, with a refreshed logo that reflects the criticality of partnership and collaboration to protect Australia’s unique biodiversity. Learn more: https://www.australianwildlife.org/australian-wildlife-conservancy-unveils-new-brand-identity/

Around 30 landholders and guests attended a Walk and Talk yesterday at ‘Gang Gang’ a property near Gundaroo. Organised in conjunction with NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust, the event was an opportunity for landholders to see what has been achieved at Gang Gang over 17 years of active management for biodiversity, to ask questions and get ideas to try on their own properties.

Thanks to Sue and Jon from Gang Gang for opening up their property and for sharing their extensive experience!

The event was part of the Our Natural Legacy initiative that we launched earlier this year: ournaturallegacy.org.au/
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Around 30 landholders and guests attended a Walk and Talk yesterday at ‘Gang Gang’ a property near Gundaroo. Organised in conjunction with NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust, the event was an opportunity for landholders to see what has been achieved at Gang Gang over 17 years of active management for biodiversity, to ask questions and get ideas to try on their own properties.
Thanks to Sue and Jon from Gang Gang for opening up their property and for sharing their extensive experience!
The event was part of the Our Natural Legacy initiative that we launched earlier this year: https://ournaturallegacy.org.au/Image attachmentImage attachment

In our final #NationalBiodiversityMonth post, we bring you the story of the largest patch of black gum (Eucalyptus ovata) forest in southern Tasmania, which occurs on Egg Islands Reserve, owned and managed by Tasmanian Land Conservancy.

This forest is a critically endangered ecological community that has declined by 90% since white settlement. The forests, wetlands, riverbanks and marshes of the Egg Islands provide foraging or nesting habitat for 87 Australian bird species, including the globally endangered Australasian bittern.

tasland.org.au/reserves/egg-islands-reserve/
Photo by Rob Blakers, supplied by Tasmanian Land Conservancy
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In our final #nationalbiodiversitymonth post, we bring you the story of the largest patch of black gum (Eucalyptus ovata) forest in southern Tasmania, which occurs on Egg Islands Reserve, owned and managed by Tasmanian Land Conservancy. 
This forest is a critically endangered ecological community that has declined by 90% since white settlement. The forests, wetlands, riverbanks and marshes of the Egg Islands provide foraging or nesting habitat for 87 Australian bird species, including the globally endangered Australasian bittern.
https://tasland.org.au/reserves/egg-islands-reserve/
Photo by Rob Blakers, supplied by Tasmanian Land Conservancy
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