Land for Wildlife and Garden for Wildlife are active in the community, hosting a range of projects in the environmental conservation arena, with funding from local and national organisations. Head to the linked pages to read more!

Significant Trees Register

The NT Register of Significant Trees was conceived in 1982 to coincide with the Australian Year of the Tree, and serves as an inventory of trees with heritage value therefore warranting preservation and protection. The register was initiated by the National Trust, who worked with Greening Australia NT to manage and develop the register, and is now managed by Land for Wildlife in central Australia. Read more…

Biodiversity Surveys

Land for Wildlife has conducted biodiversity surveys on member properties since 2007. They are an important tool in determining the success of land management activities carried out and to create a better understanding of species population dynamics in areas of mixed land use. Read more…

Feral Animal Trap Loans

Land for Wildlife offer feral animal traps for loan to members and the general public, including traps for Dogs (Canis familiaris), Cats (Felis catus)and Spotted Turtle-doves (Streptopelia chinensis). Read more…

Domestic Cat Monitoring and Awareness in Alice Springs

The Domestic Cat Monitoring and Awareness in Alice Springs program was established to engage domestic cat owners regarding the travelling patterns of their feline friends, to help them to make informed and responsible cat management decisions. Read more…

Central Australian Grass Identification Guide

Land for Wildlife are working on an identification guide for grasses in central Australia, to assist land owners to remove weedy species and protect and encourage native species. Read more…