Take a look at the projects we’ve had approved as part of the Federal Government’s 20 Million Trees Programme.
We’re proud to be one of the service providers chosen to deliver large-scale landscape restoration projects as part of the Federal Government’s 20 Million Trees Programme. Here’s where we’ll be working:
New South Wales
- Revegetation of strategic travelling stock reserves across NSW
- NSW National Parks and Reserves – connecting and expanding habitat
- Connecting and expanding habitat on crown lands in South East NSW
- Southern Yorke Peninsula – reinstating critical woodland bird habitat
- Coffin Bay National Park – restoring vegetation in a wildlife refuge
- Western Victoria – securing habitat for threatened woodland fauna
- South West Victoria Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo habitat re-instatement
- Yellingbo and surrounding reserves habitat for endangered faunal species
- Gippsland’s National Parks and Reserves (Parks Victoria) – connecting and expanding habitat
- Strzelecki Ranges – the land of the lyrebird
- Stirling Range National Park to Fitzgerald River National Park – landscape-scale restoration in Gondwana Link
- Strategic revegetation in the Central Fragmented Zone of Gondwana Link on the South Coast of WA
- Ridgefield, University of Western Australia Future Farm: Demonstrating ecosystem and biodiversity management
- Marlak Niran (Nyungar language: returning Country to bush)
We’ll be back soon with more information about each of the projects. In the meantime you can find out more about 20 Million Trees here or on the 20 Million Trees website. And please get in touch if you have any questions.
Supported by the Australian Government’s 20 Million Trees Programme (part of the National Landcare Programme) and Greening Australia.