Our Projects

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Cores, Corridors and Koalas: A Collaborative Approach to Restoring the Forests of Eastern Australia

The Jaliigirr Biodiversity Alliance, through its partnership with Great Eastern Ranges, has won a third round of funding through WWF Australia  and is  continuing its project work, WWF –Australia Cores, Corridors & Koalas. The main project outcomes in Round 2… Read more »

Koala Community Grants: Round 1

The Jaliigirr Biodiversity Alliance has won a grant through the the Australian Government’s  Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources. This grant will result in an increase in the condition and extent of koala habitat in the Coffs Harbour and… Read more »

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WWF Australia – Koala conservation action in the Coffs Harbour Region

World Wildlife Fund Australia – Koala Conservation action in the Coffs Harbour Region                                    Jaliigirr Biodiversity alliance has been working with WWF Australia to protect… Read more »

Connecting & Improving Koala habitat & connectivity at Hydes Creek and Bongil Bongil National Park

Jaliigirr Koala Habitat Restoration – Hydes Creek to Bongil Bongil 2018-19                           Jaliigirr Biodiversity Alliance partners have been working extensively to improve the condition, structure and connectivity of critical Koala… Read more »

Yandaarra, Shifting Camp Together

  Caring for Country – Geographies of Co-existence in Gumbaynggirr Country: This research project, led by Aunty Shaa Smith, aims to work with Gumbaynggirr people and Country, to build a better understanding of what Gumbaynggirr-led Caring for Country might look like,… Read more »

Bush Connect – Jaliigirr Landscape Connections in the Great Eastern Ranges

Thora Reserve The Deanes Dorrigo Plateau The Williams Thora-private property Rosewood River-Dorrigo NP This project is funded under the Bush Connect Program delivered by the NSW Environmental Trust. The emphasis of this grant is to support community driven, consortium based projects that… Read more »

Healthy Catchments = Productive Catchments

The Healthy Catchments = Productive Catchments project aims to promote the ecosystem service benefits of biodiversity management within the productive agricultural landscapes of the North Coast of NSW. To date, most work on the production benefits of biodiversity management have focused… Read more »

Connecting Communities and Cultures through Corridors Project (C4)

Through a coordinated, landscape-scale approach to connectivity conservation, the C4 project aims to restore, manage and enhance biodiversity conservation through: reconnecting and rehabilitating fragmented and degraded corridors, protecting & enhancing existing native vegetation and, managing biodiversity threats in the region…. Read more »

Cultural Connections for Glideways

Connectivity conservation has become the organising principle for a significant proportion of conservation projects both locally in the Jaliigirr area but also more extensively along the 3,600 km’s of the Great Eastern Ranges (GER) Initiative. Locally, there has been a… Read more »