Working with Nature report

More than 100 conservation, farming and land management organisations have come together to support a plan that would provide a pathway from welfare to work for thousands of people, restoring Australia’s landscapes and supporting regional economic recovery. The ‘Working with Nature’ alliance have released a new report that highlights the economic, social and environmental benefits of investment in practical conservation and land management work, illustrated with case studies from across the country.

Government investment in ‘Working for Nature’ would support practical conservation and land management activities like tree planting, weed management, soil erosion control, bushfire recovery, restoration of bushland, rivers and creeks, feral animal control and restoration of coastal and marine habitats.

To read the report, follow the link