Members Philippa England and Nelson Quinn of Griffith University’s Law School are undertaking project-driven research on the operation of the Vegetation Management Act in Queensland. The project aims to identify opportunities for incremental improvements to the legislation with a view to modernising its approach and aligning its goals and functions with ongoing developments in, for instance, markets for natural capital and ecosystem services. Pursuant to this research, they have compiled a table of some existing voluntary programs and schemes which support private landholders who wish to dedicate or manage some of their land for conservation purposes. The information is limited to key programs operating in Queensland, New South Wales and at the Commonwealth level. A good source of additional information, covering all Australian jurisdictions, is Australia’s Nature Hub . This platform provides an online hub for funding programs and schemes of interest.