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Bill Oddie backs Big Match Fortnight  

Bill Oddie calls on the public to help save Orang-utans in Borneo

TV presenter Bill Oddie has made a video appeal urging the public to support Big Match Fortnight and help save Orang-utans in Borneo. During the fortnight, which starts on 2 October 2013, all donations to the Borneo Rainforest Appeal will be matched making them go twice as far. Please give generously to World Land Trust (WLT) to help protect these magnificent creatures.

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Borneo Rainforest Appeal    	
Colombia's tropical forest    	
Buy an Acre funding extends Hoya Verde Reserve, Mexico

Saving the rainforest for Orang-utans: now or never

Preserving the extraordinary wildlife diversity and abundance of the Kinabatangan region is essential for Orang-utan survival, says Dr Isabelle Lackman.

 

Colombia's tropical forest: 2,500 acres saved

In the past few months WLT has helped secure two properties to extend Las Tangaras Bird Reserve, one of the world's most diverse tropical forest sites.

 

Buy an Acre funding extends Hoya Verde Reserve, Mexico

WLT continues to build on a successful conservation partnership in Mexico by supporting a purchase of nearly 600 acres in Sierra Gorda.

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Debate with Chris Packham   Sarah Class: A Musical Safari   Alice meets The Jungle Book

Controversial Conservation, a debate with Chris Packham

There's still time to book tickets to see Chris Packham and other leading experts debate thorny issues relating to conservation.
Royal Society, 14 October 2013

 

Sarah Class and Bill Oddie at Halesworth Arts Festival

Don't miss A Musical Safari with Sarah Class. Bill Oddie will make a special guest appearance and all proceeds will go to WLT.
The Cut, 25 October 2013

 

Alice in Wonderland meets The Jungle Book

Find out what Alice's dormouse and Rudyard Kipling's tiger have in common at an evening event introduced by Simon Barnes.
The Cut, 8 November 2013

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WLT's fantastic fundraisers   Stunning silk scarves   New Christmas card designs

WLT's fantastic fundraisers

The incredible lengths people go to, to raise money for WLT! Be inspired, and please get in touch if you have fundraising ideas.

 

Stunning silk scarves

Sales of scarves by Lily and Lionel will help WLT raise funds to help protect African Elephants. A perfect present.

 

New Christmas card designs

We are now taking orders for Christmas cards. With four new designs, we have a great range of cards to choose from.

General updates

Head of Programmes

WLT has a vacancy for a Head of Programmes to direct the Trust's conservation programme, manage the programme teams and maximise the potential of WLT's conservation work.
Deadline: 15 October 2013, 5pm

 

Assistant Programmes Officer

WLT has a vacancy for an Assistant Programmes Officer to administer the Carbon Balanced and Carbon Balanced Paper programmes within WLT's Conservation Programmes Team.
Deadline: 23 October 2013, 5pm

 

Annual Report 2012

The 2012 annual report is now available. It contains information about the year's milestones, the rare species that we protect, and the creative and effective ways in which WLT saves biodiversity, acre by acre, year after year.

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David Gower sits to make a stand at Old Trafford  

David Gower sits to make a stand at Old Trafford

It was the morning of 8 September 2013, a few hours before the start of the second England versus Australia one day international cricket match. En route to his commentary box, David Gower - one of WLT's Patrons - stopped to pose for the camera. David is sitting in one of five deckchairs beautifully designed for WLT by Winchester School of Art textile students. Every deckchair sold from the Sit to Make a Stand collection saves half an acre of rainforest.

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