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Greenfleet is Australia's most respected source of biodiverse carbon offsets.
Greenfleet is Australia's most respected source of biodiverse carbon offsets.

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What’s your favourite memories of Greenfleet? Here are our top 5:

1. Bass Valley – this was the first ever forest planted!
2. Battery Creek – by far one of the most visually stunning transformations.
3. Becoming the first ever organisation to be provided with carbon rights on Crown Land in Australia. Go us!
4. Faye’s Forest – we helped create a beautiful living legacy for Faye with her family.
5. The Low Glow Project – trees, turtles and climate action – what a combination.

Read more: http://ow.ly/lYeG30iQkCr

In 20 years, we have achieved a great deal. It is thanks to the countless donations and support from the thousands of individuals and organisations across Australia and New Zealand. Thanks for taking practical climate action every day with Greenfleet. We’re excited to see where the next 20 years will take us, and we have a lot of projects in the pipeline. http://ow.ly/i/DvVZa http://ow.ly/i/DvVZA http://ow.ly/i/DvVZY http://ow.ly/i/DvW0z
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FOREST UPDATE// After 11 months of growing our beautiful seedlings at Barolin Nature Reserve, in Bundaberg, Qld.

Since 2017, Greenfleet has planted 80,000 native seedlings throughout the Reserve as part of the Low Glow collaboration. This native forest will help restore native habitat and protect the turtle population at the nearby Mon Repos beach.

Learn more about the Low Glow project: http://ow.ly/vKl530jk8ay http://ow.ly/i/EhnlN http://ow.ly/i/EhnuI http://ow.ly/i/EhnuZ http://ow.ly/i/EhnDY
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Happy #EarthDay! We're proud that our reforestation work at Greenfleet strengthens communities and our environment through ecosystem restoration. Every day is Earth Day when you #DoGood for our planet!

ClimateAction #EarthDay2018 www.greenfleet.org.au
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On March 26, supporters, stakeholders and guests joined the Greenfleet team bright and early to plant over 400 native seedlings in the Barolin Nature Reserve, near Bundaberg, Queensland.

We had the pleasure to welcome 30 volunteers from Fun Over Fifty, Stroud Homes, Bundaberg Regional Council, Queensland Department of Education, Sea Turtle Alliance and Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism.

This planting day is a continuation of the Low Glow project. Since 2017, Greenfleet has planted 80,000 native seedlings throughout the Barolin Nature Reserve in to restore native habitat and help protect the turtle population at the nearby Mon Repos beach. Read more ~ http://ow.ly/jHbd30jk5LU

If you would like to help your local environment and take #climateaction offset you emissions with Greenfleet today > http://www.greenfleet.org.au/offset http://ow.ly/i/Ehkj5 http://ow.ly/i/Ehkji http://ow.ly/i/EhkjA http://ow.ly/i/EhkjM
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CELEBRATE YOUR MUM // This Mother’s Day, give your mum flowers that will go on growing for a lifetime. Make a donation for this very special person in your life and help restore biodiverse Australian forest: www.greenfleet.org.au/mothersday
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FOREST UPDATE// Prior to being cleared, the land at O’Shea’s Crossing, on the banks of the Brisbane River, was an open forest. In 2004 and 2007, Greenfleet stepped in and revegetated 27ha with more than 35,000 seedlings to bring native bush back to the area.

The land has since bounced back. We have watched the trees at O'Shea's Crossing grow to amazing heights, birdlife migrate back in and recorded great CO2-e absorption. We are proud to have played a vital role in transforming this land back into a forest, and our supporters should be proud too! Read more: http://ow.ly/N1wi30iz4qJ http://ow.ly/i/D6Bqk http://ow.ly/i/D6BqC http://ow.ly/i/D6BqS http://ow.ly/i/D6Br6
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MEDIA RELEASE // In follow up to the recent visit of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, the Low Glow collaboration is delighted to announce that it is expanding its efforts to protect critically endangered loggerhead turtles at Mon Repos beach in Bundaberg, Queensland.

TheBundaberg Regional Council, the Sea Turtle Alliance and Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism are joining existing Low Glow project partners –Greenfleet, The Walt Disney Company (Australia) and The Prince's Trust (Australia) – to support the protection of the local sea turtle population.

Read more: http://bit.ly/LowGlowExpands
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FOREST UPDATE// Our incredible forest at the Serendip Sanctuary, in Vic is flourishing. In 2008 and 2009, the team direct seeded 31.5 ha. What a transformation!

The sanctuary is an excellent example of the open grassy woodlands and wetlands of the volcanic Western Plains. It is the perfect place to learn about and experience birdlife and wetlands ecology.

Greenfleet is proud to have partnered with Parks Victoria to restore this beautiful piece of land. Our reforestation work is benefiting native wildlife including 150 species of birds which breed at or visit Serendip Sanctuary from the bird hide.

Find out more: https://greenfleet.com.au/Blog/ArtMID/3250/ArticleID/220/Catching-up-with-our-9-year-old-forest-at-Serendip-Sanctuary http://ow.ly/i/DViYi http://ow.ly/i/DViYs http://ow.ly/i/DViZv http://ow.ly/i/DVj1V
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Greenfleet planted over 66,000 native seedlings throughout this Greenfleet forest in 1998. This site is located at the northern end of the Killawarra Forest which is situated near the Warby Ranges in the Wangaratta district of Northern Vic. What an incredible project and achievement after 20 years. This project was undertaken to infill cleared areas of the public reserve and increase the habitat value. The Red-Iron bark species have grown extremely well, reaching excellent heights. The biodiversity levels are also high, with natural recruitment assisting the strata of the forest (this is one #Greenfleet forest that is reaching new heights!)
If you're interested in taking long term #climateaction to restore and protect our native habitat, join the community taking action every day ~ www.greenfleet.com.au/offset http://ow.ly/i/Dw8b6 http://ow.ly/i/Dw8bm http://ow.ly/i/Dw8by http://ow.ly/i/Dw8bM
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FOREST UPDATE // Found in the Southern Tablelands of NSW, Back'O'Slaters is a stony patch of land owned by Andrew & Beverley Moore. In 2017, Greenfleet helped restore their land after a fire tore through the area. This was the largest fire to sweep through the area in generations. Andrew and Beverley were left with an enormous task of rebuilding their farm. We are so proud to have helped restore the land with 46,000 trees planted across 60 hectares. We visited the farm a short while later to complete a progress report and, great news - the trees are thriving!
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