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TGLF’s founder Sean Willmore and Chair Bill Jackson recently contributed to an article published by the World Commission on Protected Areas, the world's premier network of protected area expertise, on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on protected and conserved areas. Drawing on rangers and experts from around the world, the article identifies significant negative impacts of COVID-19 on many protected and conserved areas, and on the livelihoods of communities living in and around these areas. Impacts from loss of tourism The current pandemic and its aftermath could undermine decades of...
Every day Rangers risk their lives to protect wildlife and wild places across the globe. Every year on 31 July, we pause to remember the Fallen Rangers who have died defending the natural world. On 31st July, The Thin Green Line Foundation invites you stand with the...
Read the letter sent to our supporters sent for the latest Fallen Ranger Appeal in response to the alarminly growing number of Rangers killed this month, defending wildlife. To: The Thin Green Line Community, “Sadly, this month we’ve lost over 23 Rangers collectively...
Rangers, COVID-19 & The Thin Green Line Foundation We hope you and your loved ones are keeping safe in these unprecedented times in modern history. There is much pain for many: losing livelihoods, freedoms and loved ones. It is a time when a single zoonotic...
Organisations are invited to apply for support to provide critical gear for rangers.
‘Poacher’ pursuit success, despite dramatic twist: GPS drama highlights LEAD Ranger trainees’ skills
A recent poacher tracking exercise in the foothills of Kilimanjaro has proven a good example of how the unexpected will always happen on Ranger operations – and how the LEAD training program sharpens rangers' critical skills. Trainees, split into a 'suspects' group...
Download the 2017-2018 Annual Report for The Thin Green Line Foundation.
Simon Caterson writes about the Ranger to Ranger documentary, screening on March 5 at Cinema Nova as part of the 2019 Transitions Film Festival.
Our project Community Ranger Conservation in the Leuser Ecosystem, Sumatra has been awarded an Australian Aid: Friendship Grant by the Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade
Download the 2016/2017 Annual Report for the Thin Green Line Foundation.
Stand with Rangers and get involved: Host an Event, Post on Social Media, Honour Fallen Rangers, Raise funds for Ranger projects.
The Feed SBS VICELAND review the Ranger to Ranger documentary.
Download the 2015-2016 annual report for The Thin Green Line Foundation.