It’s no secret that Australia has one of the highest extinction rates in the world.
By getting your organisation to become one of Landcare Australia’s Workplace Giving partners, you have the opportunity to help protect the future habitats of many Aussie species such as the iconic koala, costal emu, and the mahogany glider, to name a few.
In the 2017 financial year, our Workplace Giving partners funded $100,000 in habitat restoration projects throughout Australia.
Riparian Habitat Restoration in Port Macquarie
Port Macquarie Landcare was awarded $10,000 undertake a project to protect Australia’s threatened koalas. The project will restore habitat across 5.4 hectares of riparian bushland, closing the gaps in critical green corridors and helping koalas to live and move safely in suburbia.
King Parrot Catchment Fox Control Project
The Upper Goulburn Landcare Network was awarded $10,000 and aims to reduce the impact of foxes and feral cats on biodiversity throughout the King Parrot Creek catchment.
Habitat Enhancement to Support the Endangered Coastal Emu
Bungawalbyn Landcare was awarded $10,000 to undertake a project to enhance habitat and reduce threats to the endangered north coast emu population in the Bungawalbyn catchment of northern NSW.
This was only made possible by the contributions of our Workplace Givers.
By joining Landcare Australia’s Workplace Giving program, you could help protect the future habitats of our Aussie species by establishing a koala or a cassowary corridor to ensure their future survival.
Watch this video to see how you can make an impact on our Aussie species.
To join Landcare Australia’s Workplace Giving Program, please speak to your workplace giving champion, or complete the form below for our Workplace Giving pack and take a stand in protecting our Aussie species.