Australian nature needs our focus. Be part of this innovative 3 year staged project to support WWF-Australia partner Bangalow Koalas to revegetate koala habitat in a science-based koala corridor.
Based in the Richmond Valley in NSW Northern Rivers, this project will plant 100,000 trees help stabilise and increase precious koala populations.
With your help, WWF will revegetate koala habitat in a science-based koala corridor across cleared and burnt landscapes in the NSW Northern Rivers to help stabilise and increase koala populations.
This project is part of our habitat restoration work aiming to double koalas populations by 2050 in eastern Australia.
There are an estimated 2000 koalas living in the greater Lismore region. The new corridor will enable koalas and other wildlife to move to refuge forests in the face of threats from deforestation, dog attacks, vehicle collisions and global heating.
With your help, we will restore 100,000 hectares, reduce 10m tonnes of damaging CO2 and partner with over 300 land managers to protect these koala habitats.
Our regeneration of koala habitat with Bangalow Koalas has already begun with 30,000 trees planted and 30 hectares of koala habitat revegetated ahead of time.
Our future path to success:
• 18 community planting days by 15 January 2024
• A total of 70,000 trees planted by 15 January 2023
• A total of 100,000 trees planted by 15 January 2024
• 85 hectares of koala habitat revegetated by 15 January 2024
• 250 volunteers engaged by 15 January 2024
On top of the material, equipment and labour costs, this project require expert analysis and ongoing maintenance. Our evidence based, mindful approach will ensure the regeneration of this land will best suit our wildlife.
$50 will buy fertiliser to nourish one tree from sapling to maturity.
$100 will plant 25 trees providing koalas with both a home and food.
$250 will fund expert research into best practise planting approaches to give the koala corridor the best chance of success.
$1000 will provide ongoing maintenance, equipment and labour to allow the regenerated habitat to flourish.
When you invest today, we’ll keep you updated on the project’s progress, so you can see exactly how you’re making an impact.
Wildlife corridors are a critical strategy to stabilise and increase koala populations. WWF-Australia is already working on the ground to care and advocate for wildlife. This project is a critical missing piece of the puzzle for our iconic species.
Together we can restore this vital koala habitat for generations.
If you decide to give $1,000 or more towards this project, not only will you be making a significant difference to this project but you’ll also become part of our partners in conservation community.
In thanks and recognition of your exceptional commitment to nature, you would receive exclusive impact updates as well as invitations to special events around the country.
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When you choose to contribute to one of these critical projects today, you’ll make an immediate difference to their success.
Help us protect the natural world that defines who we are. Australian nature needs our nurture.
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