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Earth Learning Inc. aims to ensure the future resilience of Australia’s subtropical biodiversity through education, research and restoration.

Earth Learning Incorporated is a local not-for-profit group of volunteers who encourage conservation of habitat and understanding of the diversity of subtropical plants and animals that call the Tweed Valley and Border Ranges home.

 

Our mission is ecological restoration, research and interactive education that fosters environmental awareness and builds the capacity of communities in the Tweed / Border Ranges Bioregion to live more sustainably.

 

We have established and maintain a public fund called the Gondwana Trust Fund for the specific purpose of supporting our objectives.

Earth Learning sits on the Working Group for the Border Ranges Alliance, a major partner in the Great Eastern Ranges (GER) national wildlife corridor. Earth Learning members attended the GER Forum in Sydney 2014 to help ensure the future of this continental scale connectivity conservation project.

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