Lifeblood Alliance is a network of environmental, Indigenous and community groups committed to keeping the rivers, wetlands and aquifers of the Murray-Darling Basin healthy for the benefit of current and future generations.  

Member groups and associated individuals span the breadth of the Basin and beyond and include landowners, farmers, irrigators, commercial and recreational fishers, nature tourists, Local Government representatives, First Nations, ecologists, townspeople and conservationists.  

Lifeblood Alliance formed while the Basin Plan was in development and have been closely monitoring its implementation ever since. 

Member Groups include: Australian Conservation Foundation, NSW Nature Conservation Council, Conservation Council of South Australia, Environment Victoria, Queensland Conservation Council, Murray Lower Darling Rivers Indigenous Nations, Northern Basin Aboriginal Nations, River Lakes and Coorong Action Group, Environmental Farmers Network, Inland Rivers Network, National Parks Association of NSW, Goulburn Valley Environment Group, Healthy Rivers Dubbo, Central West Environment Council and Healthy Rivers Lower Murray. 

To find out more, visit the Lifeblood Alliance Facebook page.