AustraliaRestoration & Conservation
Koala Clancy Foundation
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About this organization
Koala Clancy Foundation plants trees for koalas, creates new habitat, educates the local and wider community, supports scientific research and advocates for protection of wild koalas and their forest habitats. The organisation has planted 95,854 koala trees beside rivers on Melbourne’s Western Plains and in East Gippsland, Victoria and plans to plant 300,000 koala trees on the Western Plains by 2030. Invasive weeds are also targeted, and Koala Clancy Foundation, in partnership with social enterprise Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours, has removed over 3.2 million mature weed plants from koala habitat. Koala Clancy Foundation is an independent registered charity and not for profit organisation in Victoria, Australia.
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