Gondwana Link Ltd
Gondwana Link is an ambitious environmental program working to achieve 1,000kms of connected and healthy wildlife habitats across the biodiversity hotspot of south-western Australia. It has a small, dedicated team who support the affiliated efforts of the broad array of groups, Indigenous communities, individuals and businesses involved in the program. From its formation in 2002, Gondwana Link has worked to achieve conservation land purchases, biodiverse restoration plantings, the Nowanup Indigenous 'healthy country, healthy people' program of camps, the formation of Indigenous ranger teams, conservation action plans for large tracts of country, better land management practices on public conservation lands, and ongoing citizen science wildlife monitoring on various restoration and conservation properties.
Gondwana Link works closely with colleague programs in eastern Australia and New Zealand and is part of an international network of large-scale connectivity programs. It has been selected as one of the #Founding50 projects globally highlighting the goals of the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration. Gondwana Link is also a national recipient of the Banksia Foundation's 'Land and Biodiversity Award'.
As a not-for-profit organisation they welcome donations. Please visit their website for further information about their work and how you can get involved: gondwanalink.org/
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