Project PartnersCollaborations are key to the success of QTFN’s hands-on conservation work.
Rainforest Rescue’s projects re-establish rainforests through planting, maintenance and restoration programs, as well as purchasing and protecting high conservation value rainforest and preserving its biodiversity.
Conservation Volunteers Australia
QTFN and CVA have worked together since 2014 and have supported over 150 volunteers to increase their understanding of conservation and land management practises. CVA manages
Greenfleet is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to connecting people with real climate action. Australia and New Zealand’s most respected source of biodiverse carbon offsets,
Community for Coastal and Cassowary Conservation Inc (C4)
For more than 20 years, Community for Coastal and Cassowary Conservation Inc. (C4) have been active in working to protect and rehabilitate ecosystem function through buyback, revegetation
New Hope Group (NHG)
QTFN is collaborating with the UQ Koala Ecology Group to deliver a Koala Research Project funded by the . The project is important both in terms of local koala populations and ecology but also more generally in considering the
GreenCollar is one of Australia’s largest environmental markets investor and project developers. GreenCollar has been at the forefront of helping farmers and graziers identify and create commercial opportunities through
Ipswich Koala Protection Society (IKPS)
IKPS has two dedicated koala and wildlife ambulances that run 24/7 and rescue in excess of 180 koalas per year as well as countless numbers of other native wildlife. They travel over 20,000 kilometres per year on koala rescues alone.
OWAD Environment is a specialist consultancy providing tailored services in ecology and soil & groundwater contamination. OWAD Environment was engaged by QTFN to conduct Koala presence/absence survey at both
Spicers Hidden Vale/UQ Threatened Species Research Centre
The UQ Threatened Species Research Centre includes a captive wildlife and breeding centre and a permanent release facility for threatened species of the Little Liverpool Range. The facility is