Full list of supporting organisations
Australian Association of Bush Regenerators
Australian Conservation Foundation
Australian Land Conservation Alliance
Australian Marine Conservation Society
Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Bush Heritage Australia
Conservation Volunteers Australia
Country Needs People
Field and Game Australia
Invasive Species Council
National Farmers Federation
National Landcare Network
NRM Regions Australia
South Endeavour Trust
The Nature Conservancy – Australia
The Pew Charitable Trusts
Vertebrate Pest Managers Association of Australia
WWF – Australia
Burnett Mary Regional Group
Cairns and Far North Environment Centre
Cape York NRM
Desert Channels Queensland
Fitzroy Basin Association
Healthy Land and Water
Northern Gulf Resource
NQ Dry Tropics
NRM Regions Queensland
Queensland Conservation Council
Queensland Trust for Nature
Queensland Water & Land Carers
Southern Gulf NRM
Southern Queensland Landscapes
Nature Conservation Council
NSW Farmers Association
Conservation Council of SA
Landcare Association of SA
Nature Conservation Society SA
Nature Foundation SA
Primary Producers SA
SA Nature Alliance
Trees for Life
Conservation Council of WA
South Coast NRM
South West Catchments Council
WA Landcare Network
Landcare Victoria Inc.
Victorian Farmers Federation
Victorian National Parks Association
Cradle Coast Authority
North East Bioregional Network
South Coast NRM
Tasmanian Land Conservancy
Arid Lands Environment Centre
Environment Centre NT
NT Cattlemen’s Association
Conservation Council ACT
In response to the profound economic impacts of COVID-19, more than 100 conservation, farming and land management organisations have come together to support a proposal for thousands of impacted workers to be employed to deliver practical conservation and land management work across the country.
If you represent an organisation and would like to show your support, please get in touch.
Testimonials & Quotes
New and improved infrastructure means more tourism, more jobs and better outcomes for Australians living in regional and remote areas, which is vital as we move through the economic challenges of COVID.
A conservation and land management program could assist in Australia’s economic recovery from the Covid 19 pandemic, creating thousands of jobs in regional areas and improving our natural environment .
This initiative is part of an enduring commitment to Australia's land, water, wildlife and strong grassroots network. It is a deep commitment to supporting those in need. In rebuilding our nation, let us not forget the land on which it stands and be ready to learn old ways which have stood the test of time.
These initiatives will … create lasting legacies in regional centres, small towns and on the Great Barrier Reef, which will be a big boost to local communities.
Our Gamba Army will provide targeted support in areas of significance and provide up to 45 local jobs for Territorians to assist with stimulating the economy.
Reef Assist will provide unemployed and underemployed Queenslanders with temporary nature-based employment, delivering up to 200 jobs in hard-hit regions.
It is important that Western Australia’s economic recovery works hand in hand with the continued protection of Western Australia’s magnificent environment - which is one of our most precious assets.
Not only are our national parks good for the environment and our health and wellbeing, they are good for the health of the economy.
This once-in-a-generation investment will not only support regional communities and create local jobs, but also protect our precious environment for future generations.
We’re creating jobs that will allow hundreds of people to keep working while supporting projects that benefit the entire community.
The establishment of a Civilian Climate Corps Initiative will put a new generation of Americans to work conserving and restoring public lands and waters, increasing reforestation, increasing carbon sequestration in the agricultural sector, protecting biodiversity, improving access to recreation, and addressing the changing climate.
Our Environmental Jobs package will create thousands of jobs that will at the same time support habitat protection, pest control and biodiversity on our public lands.
Investments in ‘nature-based solutions’ create jobs that typically have low training and education requirements, are fast to establish and require relatively little produced capital for each worker.