Our people are central to achieving our vision of healthy, productive landscapes where people and nature thrive. We ensure that this vision underpins everything we do, from our onground work to the way we treat our staff, volunteers, landholders, partners and local communities.

Our people sit at the heart of all of our projects. They are our staff and volunteers who help conserve and restore landscapes across Australia, the landholders that create vital habitat and food for wildlife on their farms, the schools that help bring nature back to our cities and the Indigenous communities that work with us to care for country.

Meet just a few of our people below.

“One of my favorite projects is restoring and creating new habitat for the Helmeted Honeyeater and Lowland Leadbeater’s Possum who live in the same wet swampy locations. I’ve been working with a range of committed scientists and partner organisations to understand what these animals need and translate that information into specific habitat requirements.”

Dr Elisa Raulings