Are you a landholder interested in helping threatened species and ecosystems recover from the bushfires?
Following the devastating 2019-2020 bushfires, landholders are in a unique position to contribute meaningfully to bushfire recovery and the long-term protection of biodiversity across QLD through private land conservation.
EDO, in collaboration with WWF-Australia, hosted a free, introductory webinar on private land conservation for landholders in bushfire-affected areas across the east coast.
Click below to hear from EDO, WWF-Australia, the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Humane Society International and Trust for Nature on the benefits of private land conservation, the options available and how to get involved.
For more information, our Nature team has prepared a companion guide to assist landholders interested in private land conservation. Download the guide here.
This webinar is produced as part of our Defending the Unburnt collaboration with WWF-Australia.
- Jemilah Hallinan, Environmental Defenders Office
- Dr Stuart Blanch, WWF-Australia
- Robbie Burns, Department of Environment and Science
- Helen Church, Humane, Society International
- Deborah Metters, Land for Wildlife