In 2007, we joined forces with Parks Victoria to revegetate the missing piece of the puzzle in the Greater Bendigo National Park, Victoria. As you can see, nine years later, our forest is well and truly achieving this goal!
Greenfleet forester Eoghan was on site to check on the progress of this project last week and said that "the trees are growing exceptionally well. I saw plenty of wildlife, including birds, wallabies and kangaroos. Seeing these animals utilising the site for food and shelter is an excellent sign!"
The mix of species planted included the Kamarooka Mallee, a rare type of eucalyptus, endemic to Victoria and listed as threatened on the Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988.
Visit www.greenfleet.com.au/Ourforests/PlantingSites/Kamarooka to find out more about this native reforestation project and how you can get involved to help plant more forests like this one.