Our Living Outback is an alliance between The Pew Charitable Trusts, Bush Heritage Australia and the Queensland Trust For Nature. Our Living Outback works to promote the rich natural and cultural heritage of Outback Queensland, highlight the hard work and commitment of people working to conserve nature in the Outback, and advocate for increased investment in people and nature in Outback Queensland.
Queensland Trust for Nature (QTFN) is an independent not for profit organisation working to achieve long-term conservation outcomes on privately-owned land. As well as working with landholders, QTFN owns and actively manages several properties including a cattle station, a koala sanctuary and an island in the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
To learn more about the Queensland Trust For Nature, please visit http://qtfn.org.au/
Bush Heritage is one of Australia’s largest and most effective conservation organisations. They safeguard the parts of Australia most in need of protection by directly tackling the biggest threats to landscapes, wildlife and people.
To learn more about Bush Heritage, please visit www.bushheritage.org.au
The Pew Charitable Trusts is an international research and public policy organisation. Since 2007, Pew has been working with local partners in Australia to promote conservation and sustainable management of Outback landscapes and marine habitats.
To learn more about The Pew Charitable Trusts’ Outback to Oceans program, please visit www.pewtrusts.org.