who we are

We are an independent not-for-profit organisation working to protect Australia’s threatened flora and fauna.

our MISSION

To save Australian threatened species from extinction by working collaboratively with community, scientists and government.

The Small Purple pea,  Swainsona recta  which grows in the Box Gum Woodlands of NSW.

The Small Purple pea, Swainsona recta which grows in the Box Gum Woodlands of NSW.

We achieve this by:

PARTNERING WITH LAND MANAGERS AND STAKEHOLDERS

We work closely with land managers and stakeholders to develop and implement recovery actions that protect and restore threatened flora, fauna and ecological communities.

RAISING AWARENESS THROUGH COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

We believe that engagement through threatened species recovery provides an excellent opportunity to teach people about the complexity and importance of native species and ecological systems. 

SUPPORTING AND CONTRIBUTING TO ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH

We work closely with research scientists to ensure our work is closely informed by science and innovation. Our work provides an opportunity to answer important research questions that can contribute to the greater body of science. 

WORKING COLLABORATIVELY WITH THE GOVERNMENT SECTOR

We ensure that our projects align with threatened species priorities outlined by state and federal governments. 

Engaging with the community in the process of threatened species recovery provides a unique opportunity to instil a sense of wonder about the complexity of the natural world.

Anna Murphy, Co-Founder
Volunteers play a crucial role in the work we do.

Volunteers play a crucial role in the work we do.