Help Australia's biodiversity flourish by purchasing Biological Diversity Units (BDUs) which represent one square metre of protected vulnerable habitat.
Choose exactly where your contributions are allocated and which landscapes you want to support - tall forests, deserts, wetlands, or woodlands (coming soon).
Each Biological Diversity Unit (BDU) is geotagged so you can see and share your impact in real time and get project updates from our expert ecologists on the ground (coming soon).
The UN has stated that we urgently need to protect 30% of nature by 2030.
Located in Meningie in South Australia, this 200 hectare landscape is a project delivered in partnership with the Ngarrindjeri people, the Traditional Custodians of the Coorong. It sees native plants supplied by the local nursery at Raukkan, a self-governed Aboriginal community 30 km northwest of the site and many Raukkan community members employed for onsite work and delivering activities such as vegetation monitoring and mapping and fencing with a focus on ensuring these communities can continue to preserve and protect this culturally important pocket of land.
Natural ecosystems are valued and protected, where native flora and fauna have an opportunity to flourish in a landscape where 30% of land is reserved for conservation.
Degraded landscapes are restored through revegetation, pest and weed management, erosion control and waterway revitalisation to create biodiverse and healthy ecosystems.
Remnant vegetation throughout the landscape is reconnected, providing improved genetic diversity and species resilience in isolated areas and re-establishing wildlife corridors.
Wilderlands is proud that all our projects are in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.