Conservation Co-Investment Partnerships

Saving our Species is partnering with 6 non-government organisations in New South Wales, co-investing to benefit threatened species and ecological communities.

Superb Parrot (Polytelis swainsonii) juvenile maleOur carefully-selected partners are contributing their own funds, expertise, resources and volunteers, in addition to funds matched by Saving our Species (SoS), to deliver more projects.

Through the Conservation Co-Investment Scheme, our partners are implementing projects to conserve an increased number of plants and animals and threatened ecological communities, and you can join the movement to help.

Support our co-investment partners

There are co-investment conservation projects across New South Wales and you can support our partners by donating or volunteering.

Donate to Saving our Species

One of the largest and most successful Landcare groups in Australia, its mission is promoting, facilitating and undertaking long-term restoration and ongoing care of critically-endangered lowland subtropical rainforest.

The SoS co-invested project restores and facilitates the recovery of important remnants of endangered lowland subtropical rainforest in the Big Scrub region, improving the habitat and survival of the many landscape-managed threatened species that depend on it.

Donate to Big Scrub Landcare

Brolga (Grus rubicunda)Bush Heritage is an independent not-for-profit that buys and manages land and partners with Aboriginal people, to protect our irreplaceable landscapes and magnificent native species.

Located across 2 remote reserves in the rangelands of north-west NSW, Bush Heritage's first co-invested project focuses on conserving endangered Coolibah-Black Box Woodland. The second project extends and enhances habitat for threatened woodland bird species in the South West Slopes region of southern NSW.

Donate to Bush Heritage Australia

Squirrel gliderAs the charity partner of Australia's national parks, the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife is on a mission to protect Australia's ecosystems and native species for generations to come. Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife (FNPW) is working on 3 co-investment projects with their various partners.

In north-east NSW, FNPW has joined with the Border Ranges Alliance to deliver their 'Trails for Tails' SoS co-investment project, which focuses on learning more about and conserving the shy and wary Albert's lyrebird and other threatened bird species.

FNPW is also working with the Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala Link (K2W) Conservation Partnership. This SoS co-investment project will add another district to the successful K2W Link program. While this project targets the squirrel glider, restoring the K2W natural landscape corridor is vital to the long-term survival of many native Great Eastern Ranges threatened species.

In partnership with BirdLife Australia, FNPW's third SoS co-investment project is Nectar-Lovers. This project aims to restore food sources and habitat connectivity for threatened nectar feeding bird species in the South West Slopes region of southern NSW.

Donate to the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife

With a vision of 'healthy, productive landscapes where people and nature thrive', Greening Australia is an independent not-for-profit organisation operating around the country.

Greening Australia's Great Southern Landscapes Program aims to restore 300,000 hectares and establish 450 million Indigenous plants by 2030. Their SoS co-investment project focuses on restoring and enhancing the superb parrot's habitat in the Riverina region of south-west NSW.

Donate to Greening Australia

Molonglo Conservation Group facilitates strategic collaborative partnerships and programs across the southern tablelands of the ACT and NSW. With a vision of facilitating a healthy, resilient and productive landscape, they connect the region's land management stakeholders and partners to build knowledge, stakeholder capability and environmental outcomes.

This SoS co-investment project aims to extend and maintain habitat for the pink-tailed worm lizard and conserve Box-Gum Woodland in southern NSW.

Your contribution will help the project reach more landholders, protect more habitat and increase the opportunities for everyone in the community to get involved.

Donate to Molonglo Conservation Group

Pair of Barking Owls Ninox connivensRepresenting more than 150 organisations, the Nature Conservation Council (NCC) is the 'voice for nature in NSW'.

Within the NCC, the Healthy Ecosystems team works in partnership and collaboration with Government agencies, consortiums and associations to provide high quality community engagement, education and training services to communities. Our team implements coordinated strategies to improve the function of ecosystems and resilience of our landscapes. Find out more about the NCC's work.

Building on strategic partnerships formed over the last decade, the NCC's SoS co-investment project protects and maintains populations of large forest owls across the Richmond Clarence Lowlands. To find out more or get involved go to the Large Forest Owls Project page.

Donate to Nature Conservation Council