Our Global Partners

  • The Center for Large Landscape Conservation is the hub of a growing global movement to reverse the fragmentation of the earth's landscapes and restore nature's resilience to climate change.

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  • To raise awareness of the fundamental links between human and ecosystem health, and to increase the effectiveness of ecological restoration globally, GER is a member of the global action network EcoHealth Network.

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  • The Global Rewilding Alliance is a group of over 100 practitioner and messenger organisations around the world that work together to accelerate and mobilise the power of people to rewild the Earth and stabilize the climate, halt mass extinction, and reduce the risks of new pandemics.

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  • The Network for Landscape Conservation works to advance collaborative, cross border conservation as an essential approach to connect and protect nature, culture, and community in America.

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  • Reconnecting Northland is the first large-scale ecological restoration programme in Aotearoa - New Zealand. The connectivity conservation initiative focuses on the wellbeing of the country's people and land across Te Tai Tokerau.

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  • Nestled in the heart of western Montana’s stunning natural landscape, the University of Montana is a place where top-tier students, educators and researchers from across the country and around the globe come and thrive.

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  • GER is a non-profit partner of 1% for the Planet, a global organization that inspires businesses and individuals to support environmental non-profits through membership and everyday actions. Through 1% for the Planet, business members can choose to support our work through in-kind contributions, collaborative partnerships, and donations.

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Your donation will help us to protect, connect and restore healthy landscapes for the benefit of people and nature across 3,600km of eastern Australia.