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Private Landholder Voluntary Conservation Agreements (series)

Evan Quartermain, from Humane Society International, details how the Wildlife Land Trust is a growing way for property owners to safeguard the natural habitats on their land. The Wildlife Land Trust is a national and international program run under the auspices of Humane Society International which has just celebrated its 200th participant in Australia, a significant figure given that the program has only been in operation since 2007.
HSI's Private Landholder Conservation Grants

Evan Quartermain, from the Humane Society International (HSI), talks about their conservation grants program. HSI’s Wildlife Land Trust runs a conservation grants program in association with the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife, the Nature Conservation Trust of NSW, the Paddy Pallin Foundation, the Diversicon Environment Foundation and the NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water. Evan discusses the wide range of projects that have been awarded grants over several years.
Protection for bushland in perpetuity

Nancy Pallin outlines how Voluntary Conservation Agreements can be a useful way for landowners to protect their property in perpetuity.

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