Current Projects

Please see below for the projects that our members and supporters voted to fund this year:
Volunteering for Healthy Landscapes, Czech Republic Volunteering.  Image Ester Dobiasove


Since 1998 Hnutí DUHA has been organising volunteering weeks to make it possible for volunteers to get directly involved in conservation whilst learning to better understand nature and the environment. Over the course of 23 years, a total of 2,246 volunteers have spent 77,460 hours working voluntarily to support nature and biodiversity, planting more than 200,000 trees and benefitting numerous meadows, forests, peatlands and other precious habitats and ecosystems.

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Saving La Primavera's last wildlife corridor for pumas, Mexico Aerial View Area of Project Photo credit Antonio Márquez and Francisco Quintero

CIPAD-Centre for Research and Projects in Environment and Development is an independent organisation based in Jalisco Mexico. It is focused on contributing to conservation and sustainable management of natural capital that results fromsocially equitable sustainable development.

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Walk the Trail! Bog Protection in Patagonia, Argentina Andean bog habitat

Banco de Bosques Foundation is non-profit and its purpose is to defend, protect, maintain and develop forests and ecosystems in danger of extinction, whether due to deforestation, clearing or any other reason attributable to man and / or nature, and promote the sustainable management of the natural resources found in them, and the conservation of natural ecosystems.

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Bogs: the Best Weapon against Climate Change, UK Foulshaw Moss Ospreys

Cumbria Wildlife Trust is the only voluntary organization devoted solely to the conservation of wildlife and wild places of Cumbria, UK. Their conservation work has created 43 spectacular nature reserves in the county, supporting valuable habitats.

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Portofino Seaweed Garden, Italy Portofino Marine Protected Area

Portofino are a society made up of passionate professionals of the sea and the outdoors, committed to promote: education, experiences, emotions, research and communication projects related to the local area, the environment and its sports, with the overall aim to prompt a change towards a better future for us and our planet.

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Promoting Wildlife Comeback in Ina river, Poland Rewilding Oder Delta

 The Rewilding Oder Delta association aims to promote nature and landscape conservation.

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Removing Biological invasions in Coastal Ecosystems, Brazil Restinga

The purpose of The Horus Institute is to improve the management of invasive alien species, to prevent biological invasions and restore natural ecosystems, while increasing awareness and governance capacity.

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 Rescue the "Narcissi Valley", Ukraine Narcissi Valley

The purpose of the NGO Danube-Carpathian Program is to preserve and sustainably use natural heritage, support democratic processes and introduce innovative visions in nature conservation for the 21st century. It is a team of experts and scientists on ecology, conservation biology, sustainable development of natural ecosystems and natural resources and ecological legislation. They carry out research studies, environmental projects implementation, conservation management activities, environmental impact assessment, public campaigns support, work on improving environmental legislation etc.

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Conservation of Ringed Seals, Lake Saimaa, Finland Ringed Seal. Image Ossi Kokki

The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation (FANC) is the largest non-governmental organization for environmental protection and nature conservation in Finland. Its purpose is to protect the environment, promote nature conservation, preserve cultural heritage, and promote active citizenship and environmental awareness.

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If you are an individual who loves the great outdoors and would like to support our projects, please click the donate button below.
The grant from the EOCA kick started WLT’s support of a new and vital Elephant Corridor project from Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand, northern India, where local communities, currently encountering conflict with Elephants and Tigers are very keen to be relocated. As well as providing vital funding for this project the EOCA grant leveraged match-funding from another WLT donor which is testament to the importance of the EOCA’s support.
John A Burton, CEO, World Land Trust