Foto: Katre Liiv
At ELF we believe that power lies in collaboration. ELF collaborates daily with various Estonian NGOs, state institutions and businesses:
We are co-fouders of: Re-use Centre, Tartu Environmental Education Centre, Keri Island companionship, Tabasalu Nature Park, Matsalu Nature Film Festival and  Pokuland. We are co-owner of Palupõhja Nature School and member of Estonian Native Horse Conservation Society.

We also have several foreign partners, including the affiliated organisations of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). ELF is highly involved in the Baltic Ecoregion Programme network that was created to protect the Baltic Sea region.

We are also members and/or partners of:
ELF supports different international conservation conventions implementation in Estonia - for example HELCOM, Aarhus Convention and EUROBATS.