Habitat Sanctuaries is a non for profit environmental conservation organisation which protects endangered species (such as the Koala) from extinction, through habitat replanting, food, tree and vegetation planting. Habitat Sanctuaries purchase land to create Sanctuaries that are free from political footballing and real carbon capture or sequester. Habitat Sanctuaries mission is simple: to protect native and endangered wildlife and preserve biodiversity through the purchase of land as habitat sanctuaries.
Currently the social enterprise has achieved:
17,000 trees seeded
17,000 animals in their care
411 secured hectares in NSW
History of Habitat Sanctuaries
The people who make up Habitat Sanctuaries are passionate about conserving wildlife and this passion stemmed when they realised national parks are declining rapidly in number and size and that gas fracking, mining and development will continue to reduce protected habitat for endangered species- so in 2011 Habitat Sanctuaries decided to create more, protect more and through sanctuaries creations for long term protection of Koalas and other native wildlife. In the process reversing the impact of climate change.
For more information contact Habitat Sanctuaries at: firstname.lastname@example.org