Save The Daintree
Help purchase and protect rainforest in the Daintree
With your help, we will purchase land in the Daintree Lowlands to protect it forever in the Daintree National Park.
Lot 150 Cape Tribulation Road
Help Purchase and Protect Lot 150 Cape Tribulation Road
During our inspection of Lot 150, we discovered a population of Ribbonwood trees (Idiospermum australiense). This species represents one of the earliest known lineages of flowering plants, dating back 120 million years.
Restore rainforests for the Endangered Cassowary
With your help, we will plant 1,000 rainforest trees to restore areas of the Daintree Lowland Rainforest where clearing has occurred in the past.
Restore rainforests for the Lumholtz Tree-kangaroo
With your help, we will restore land on the Atherton Tablelands where clearing has occurred in the past. We will establish 1,000 trees to create a corridor between the Lake Barrine section of the Crater Lakes National Park and Wooroonooran National Park.
Sumatran Rainforest Rangers
Illegal poaching is a significant threat to the wildlife of the Leuser Ecosystem, in Sumatra, Indonesia.
Homeless Cassowaries Need Help!
Homeless Cassowaries urgently need your help. The number one threat to the Endangered Southern Cassowary is the loss of its rainforest habitat. We can’t let the Cassowary go extinct when the solution is so simple – planting trees to restore rainforest habitat.
Action for Sumatran Orangutans
Oil Palm plantations are expanding all over the island of Sumatra devastating the rainforest habitat. The world renowned Leuser Eco-system in North Sumatra is now under threat and even the isn’t safe. If we want the Sumatran orangutan to survive we must protect their last viable rainforest habitat.
Care for Cassowaries
Care for Injured Cassowaries
The Endangered Southern Cassowary urgently needs your help. Cassowaries are frequent victims of car strikes and dog attacks, often leaving orphaned chicks to starve.
Save Dulan Forest
Dulan Rainforest Land Purchase for Orangutans
Borneo’s rainforests are being cut down and set ablaze to clear land for oil palm plantations. We have partnered with the Kalaweit Association who have decided to buy the 1,500-hectare Dulan Rainforest. Buying this land to create a reserve is the best way to protect the rainforest, the Orangutans and other wildlife.
Ranu Welum Foundation
Ranu Welum Foundation
The rainforests of Indonesian Borneo are being cut down and set ablaze to clear land for oil palm plantations. This is an absolute tragedy for the indigenous Dayak peoples who continue to resist the destruction of the rainforests and the impact on their culture. The burning of rainforest to create land for oil palm plantations negatively impacts the health of Dayak people causing illness and death.