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2030 Goals

200,000ha

Habitat restored

500 Million

Plants established

10

Flagship threatened animals conserved

1 Million Tonnes

Carbon sequestered

4,000

Landholders engaged

Since European settlement, our agricultural landscapes in southern Australia have lost over 80% of their natural habitat, impacting on threatened species and the productivity of our farmlands.

To help threatened plants and wildlife, and combat global climate change, we are working across southern Australia’s unique landscapes, integrating large-scale re-afforestation and carbon sinks into farming systems to create healthy, productive landscapes for people and nature.

Program Leaders

Dr Blair Parsons

Science & Programs Leader – Western Region

Blair heads our Great Southern Landscapes program in Western Australia. He holds a PhD in Zoology from the University of Western Australia and has over 15 years of experience in ecological research, management and consultancy working across much of Western Australia.

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Dr Elisa Raulings

Science & Programs Leader – Southern Region

Elisa heads our Great Southern Landscapes program in Victoria, overseeing strategic planning, management and monitoring of projects like the Bank Australia Conservation Reserve and working to develop strong research, science and business partnerships.

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