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Other Organisations Conserving Wetlands
Australian Conservation Foundation
The major Australian conservation NGO. For more than 30 years, ACF has been the voice of Australians who are concerned for the environment. Well designed and regularly updated site, with information on campaigns, policy and other conservation related issues.
Conservation Volunteers Australia
Want to get your hands dirty doing practical conservation for the Australian Environment? CVA has volunteer opportunities across Australia every day of the year including priority wetland rehabilitation under the 'Revive our Wetlands' program.
Fishers For Conservation Inc. (FFC)
Fishers For Conservation Inc. (FFC) is an Australian based non-profit incorporated association educating, supporting and representing recreational and other fishers/ aquatic conservationists. We support conservation and ecologically based management of the coastal, marine and freshwater environments. Fishing and aquatic environment conservation can co-exist and to achieve this fishers must adopt sustainable and ecologically based practices and attitudes. The FFC is about educating and keeping you informed about conservation issues and acting to ensure that our amazing aquatic environment is protected for us and future generations to appreciate.
Gecko - Gold Coast and Hinterland Environment Council Assoc. Inc.
Gecko is the peak regional environment group, a non-profit, non-party-political, volunteer organisation. They actively promote, conserve and restore the natural environment of the Gold Coast region in partnership with our Member Groups and the wider community.
Landcare is a voluntary community group movement that aims to improve natural resource management, with around 4,000 groups operating nationally. Landcare operates largely in rural Australia, involving 40 percent of farmers, who manage 60 percent of land and 70 percent of the nation's diverted water.
Nature Conservation Council
The Nature Conservation Council of NSW (NCC) is the peak umbrella organisation for over 100 conservation and environment groups in New South Wales, Australia. Collectively working on a huge range of conservation issues in NSW. A lot of information on wetlands and general conservation issues, good no-nonsense viewpoint.
NSW Murray Wetlands Working Group
The NSW Murray Wetlands Working Group rehabilitates degraded wetlands and improves the management of wetlands throughout the River Murray and Lower Darling catchments in New South Wales by linking community involvement and best scientific understanding.
The Wetlands Centre
The Wetlands Centre is the lower Hunter Valley's first successful wetland rehabilitation project, paving the way for three other significant wetland projects in the ensuing years. The Wetlands Centre is modelled on and assisted by the famous Slimbridge in the UK, and is Australia's only dedicated Wetlands Centre managed by a community organisation.
The Wilderness Society
The Wilderness Society is a national, community-based, environmental advocacy organisation whose mission is to protect, promote and secure the future of wilderness and other high conservation areas. Particularly strong on forest issues.
Wilsons Creek Huonbrook Landcare Website
Wilsons Creek Huonbrook Landcare Group is represented by a group of landholders who have made a commitment to repairing and enhancing the natural landscape in the Wilsons Creek, Huonbrook and Wanganui valleys within the Byron Bay Hinterland of Northern New South Wales. The valleys contain 50% of the remaining rainforest within the Byron Bay Shire (Byron Flora & Fauna Study 1999). The group is a not-for-profit organisation and is affiliated with Richmond Landcare Incorporated.
World Wildlife Fund
Needs no introduction, the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organization. WWF's mission is to protect nature and the biological diversity that we all need to survive. Homepage of WWF International with links to WWF in other countries.