Our initiatives support Rangers on the frontline, providing support, training and equipment to help them protect our shared natural heritage.
Together, the solution is easy: give support to grassroots initiatives that mean Rangers are respected, better equipped and trained to stop the illegal wildlife trade and destruction of species because; conservation without Rangers is just conversation.
The knock-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’s projects are firmly focused on supporting Rangers’ needs, with emphasis on those in low-income countries and conflict zones.

We work with Ranger groups, Ranger Associations and conservation partners in over 60 countries.
We support tried and tested low cost solutions to conservation problems like poaching.

World Ranger Day

World Ranger Day is celebrated worldwide on July 31st.

To commemorate Rangers killed or injured in the line of duty and to celebrate the work Rangers do to protect the planet’s natural treasures and cultural heritage.

                                                                                       Photo: Molly Ferrill / Freeland Foundation


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