AURRPC | Adelaide University Regiment Rifle & Pistol Club
Links to conservation resources
Landcare is the greatest grassroots led movement in the world. It involves ordinary South Australians who are caring for our environment now, and for future generations. Landcare began as a formal movement in South Australia in 1990 as part of the Decade of Landcare and has developed to involve approximately 300 landcare groups in South Australia.
Bushcare funded activities to protect, enhance and increase the vegetation in the Australian landscape. A priority was to support community involvement in the management, protection and rehabilitation of Australia's native vegetation.
Trees for Life
South Australia has been left with the legacy of excessive land clearing. The long term effects of this include loss of biodiversity, plant and animal extinction, soil erosion, increased salinity and weed invasion. Trees For Life takes the necessary action and makes an impact.
WaterCare is a whole of government initiative that raises awareness of water issues and promotes sustainable use and management of South Australia’s water resources.
The British Association for Shooting & Conservation
BASC's mission is to promote and protect sporting and shooting and the well-being of the countryside throughout the United Kingdom and overseas. BASC represents members' interests by providing a voice for sporting shooting which includes wildfowling, game, and rough shooting, deer stalking, target shooting and air gunning, pigeon shooting and pest control, gun dogs, promoting practical habitat conservation, training and the setting of standards and undertaking appropriate research.