Aleisha loves the natural environment and facilitating opportunities for local communities to take action to protect and restore it. She has a diverse background in natural resource management, hydrology and water quality, grant funding and sustainability education. Most recently she worked for the Queensland Department of Resources, providing oversight and governance of natural resource management grant programs. Aleisha has a first-class honours degree in Physical Geography and a Master of Education for Sustainability (Distinction).
Sue was Hinterland Bush Links’ Project Officer for 8 years. She was instrumental at managing the Roving Restorers volunteers and coordinating the Upper Mary Valley Weed Vine Project. Sue continues to support Hinterland Bush Links through volunteering at events and sharing her wealth of knowledge and experience with the Hinterland Bush Links team.
We could not achieve what we do without our amazing volunteers.
In 2022, we had over 70 volunteers work with us across all our programs.
Our volunteers are committed, passionate and inspirational people.
Our volunteers work in our volunteer bush regeneration group – Roving Restorers, on our Management Committee and on a range of other tasks including: organising catering for Roving Restorers and events, administration, mapping/cartography, accounting, photography, social media marketing, graphic art, website maintenance, fundraising and grant writing.
If you would like to volunteer with us, we would love to hear from you. We welcome a broad range of skills.
If you join our volunteer team, you will be joining a fun and inclusive group of amazing people! Many see our volunteer community like their “family”.
As a private landholder, you have a very important and significant contribution you can make to protect and conserve nature.
At Hinterland Bush Links, our focus is on strategic corridors. Many of the locations where we hope to enhance wildlife corridors, are within privately owned land. Hence, we work with both private and public landholders.
We couldn’t do the important work we do without all the wonderful landholders who are willing to work with us and committed to conservation work on their property.
Typically for on-ground works we work with non-urban properties of greater than 2 hectares. We support property owners with smaller blocks through education.
We do not require private landholders to have an environmental covenant (ie VCA or Nature Refuge) for us to consider working with you.
We welcome all properties that fall within the strategic corridors of our focus area.
If you would like to work on a project with us, we would love to hear from you.