Forests For All seeks to protect public native forests and end damaging industrial logging. But our plan is for more than that. We want to increase public access to forests for recreation and nature-based tourism. We want to see regional communities benefit from forests economically, physically and emotionally. We want to protect the benefits that forests provide to people: like clean, plentiful water supplies and sucking up CO2. And we want to see our forests restored to health and the wildlife in them thrive.

How will we achieve this plan?

Forests For All seeks to build a broad alliance of regional communities, health, environment, business and outdoor recreation groups. We want to demonstrate to policy makers that it’s not just environment groups who care about forests. As we build this alliance we will approach state and federal Governments, and the opposition, to convince them that our plan is a better future.

We’re excited to be able demonstrate some early success in building partnerships! Doctors for the Environment Australia; the Public Health Association of Australia; the Centre for Ecological Learning and the Frank Fenner Foundation have all lent their support to Forests For All. We’re reaching out to many more groups, so watch this space!

How can I help?

We need to build as broad an alliance as we can to make this a reality. So if you’re a group or individual that is interested in becoming a partner in Forests For All we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a line on the form below and we’ll get back to you.

Any donation you can make to the campaign is be greatly appreciated. Without community support we could not run this campaign.