2030 Goals


Hectares of habitat restored

25 million

Native plants established


Landholders engaged

Tasmania / lutruwita is a vital ark for biodiversity. The island state’s separation from the mainland has made it a refuge for some of Australia’s most iconic animals, such as the Tasmanian Devil, Eastern Bettong, Eastern QuolI and Eastern Barred Bandicoot.

We are working with Traditional Owners, landholders and researchers to restore 15,000 hectares across the extensively cleared Tasmanian Midlands by 2030, creating biodiverse corridors for threatened species and revitalising local communities with practical solutions for people on the land.

Read results from 10 years of research