An Easy Way to Preserve Tasmania

For immediate release

Date: April 4th, 2017


Meet Melburnian Jeanette Cheney, travel blogger who conserves plots of land around the world through the Helsinki Foundation.

For my partner James and I, buying a Greenspace from the Helsinki Foundation was a really easy decision, says Jeanette Cheney. We wanted to make a tangible difference to the world without affecting the communities to which we travel. By buying a Greenspace, we knew that we were making a difference and helping to conserve a valuable area.

As an adventure traveler, Jeanette considers Tasmania a slice of heaven.

We've already bought a Greenspace in Finnish Lapland for our 6-month-old nephew as a Christmas present, says Jeanette. And we will also buy him a spot in Tasmania. Not only do we want to give him a present that is different and memorable – we want to give him something that will last his lifetime.

The Green Tier Creek land release opens on 5 April, and Greenspaces – personal plots of land that you can name - are available through from around $25. Greenspace owners can name their plot on the interactive map.

Helsinki Foundation is a registered environmental not-for-profit organization with a commitment to protecting forests. The land is managed by the Foundation in conjunction with local environment conservation groups and volunteers.

Jeanette will be available for press in Tasmania.

For more information about Helsinki Foundation, please visit or contact:
Viivu Padden
Executive Director of the Helsinki Foundation
Helsinki, Finland
+358 504004007
[email protected]