International conservation projects at The Crossing with students from Canada, USA and other countries.
Pacific Discovery programs at The Crossing involve hands-on education for sustainable design and conservation.
Students usually spend a week on international conservation projects with The Crossing. They help to run the camp and contribute to the permaculture design. Students also assist a local Wildlife Sanctuary and work along rivers near The Crossing to improve habitat connection for koalas.
The Crossing has planted 13000 landcare trees with the help of young adults and school groups. This work is rebuilding a habitat corridor link between the Gulaga and Biamanga National Parks on the Wilderness Coast of NSW. The connection work is consistent with the proposal for a Great Southern Koala Forest, similar to the Great Koala National Park proposed for northern NSW.
If you wish to learn more about conservation in Australia at a university level then consider a Pacific Discovery to assist The Crossing. The Crossing is about 7 hours driving time south of Sydney in NSW.