Skip navigation

Get Updates

Despite the official end of native forest logging in Victoria, our precious native forests are still under threat.

We need your help to protect these forests from new and emerging threats: unscientific prescribed burning, inadequate environmental protection laws, and logged areas left as wastelands.  

We're fighting to stop this destruction.

We are facing the new reality of far more work needing to be done to protect and restore Victoria's native forests. 

We need your support to continue our vital work to protect forests.

Our citizen science project helps protect wildlife and threatened species in forests scheduled for logging and planned burns.


We work closely with citizen science groups like Kinglake Friends of the Forest, Gippsland Environment Group, and Wildlife of the Central Highlands (WOTCH) to conduct wildlife surveys in forests scheduled for logging and planned burns.

Read more about the program here.

Member Map

Become a monthly donor

Become a regular supporter of the Victorian Forest Alliance

News and media

Go to News and media

MEDIA RELEASE: Alarming discovery by citizen scientists sparks concerns illegal logging will continue

June 28, 2023

Citizen scientists from Wildlife of the Central Highlands (WOTCH) and the Victorian Forest Alliance (VFA) have discovered state-owned logging company VicForests has continued to illegally destroy numerous endangered Tree Geebungs while doing ‘regeneration’ works. The area is within the Immediate Protection Areas announced by...

Read More