Trust for Nature
Trust for Nature protects native plants and wildlife for future generations of Victorians by conserving habitat on private land. Working with landowners and others, it has secured 100,000 hectares - home to some of Victoria's most threatened species. This includes land protected forever by more than 1,380 voluntary conservation covenants and 44 Trust for Nature reserves, including the iconic Neds Corner Station near Mildura.Explore
See what we’re doing to protect Victoria’s natural heritage and threatened species.
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Why protecting private land is important
Sadly, thousands of hectares of native vegetation on private land in Victoria is lost each year. Land clearing and the growing threat of climate change, means Trust for Nature’s work to protect what remains is more important than ever...
The ultimate form of habitat protection on private land in Victoria is a Trust for Nature conservation covenant, which is a legally binding agreement with landowners. Its purpose is to permanently conserve and protect the natural, cultural or scientific assets of the land...
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Without the generous support of people like you, Trust for Nature wouldn’t be able to do so much for Victoria’s amazing plants and wildlife. Help us protect habitat forever....