The Thin Green Line Foundation provides vital support to Park Rangers on the front-line of conservation.
Being a Park Ranger is, arguably, the most dangerous conservation job on the planet. They regularly risk and lose their lives defending that which we all know and understand needs defending. The flow-on effects of having unsupported and at-risk Rangers are considerable and often dire – for wildlife, for fragile ecosystems, for the families of fallen Rangers and for the communities in which they live.
The Thin Green Line Foundation understands the critical role Rangers play. They are a key piece of the global conservation puzzle. We are firmly focused on supporting their many needs through a variety of on-the-ground projects and programs, with a strong focus on Rangers in low-income countries and conflict zones, and indigenous Rangers in Australia and abroad. In the sad circumstance that a Rangers loses his or her life in the line of duty, we endeavour to provide a financial lifeline to the widows and children of the fallen.
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