On Ngarigo Country near Bredbo, New South Wales, cattle grazier Tim Annand is working with Greening Australia and Canopy to protect and regenerate waterways on his property, sequester carbon, and link two patches of remnant native vegetation to support the local Koala population (and many other species besides).
On Goreng Country near Katanning, Western Australia, Greening Australia and Canopy are working with landholder Stephen Barrett to enhance biodiversity on his property, create shelter for livestock and local wildlife, and sequester carbon.
On Gunaikurnai Country in the Strzelecki Ranges, landholder Tom Brown is working with Greening Australia and Canopy to regenerate the hilly landscapes of his property, create habitat links with the local reserve to extend wildlife habitat, and sequester carbon.
Together with cane farmer Lenny Parisi and Mulgrave Landcare, we’ve transformed marginal caneland into a wetland to filter nutrients from water flowing to the Great Barrier Reef. Greening Australia works with landholders like Lenny on innovative projects to modify existing drainage systems or construct treatment trains to reduce nutrient export to the Reef.
The Camerons have been working with Greening Australia on their property (Mona Vale) in Ross, Tasmania for the past three years. So far, we have planted 20,000 trees together, and the Camerons are looking to create more shelter belts and corridors to work in with their intensive farming system, over the next five years.
On Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, Greening Australia has been working with landholder Bill Nosworthy to re-establish and direct seed native species on his property to replenish the landscape and enhance biodiversity.