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5 minutes with Andrew, from Batch Brewing Company

5 minutes with Andrew, from Batch Brewing Company

With quirky names and traditional brewing styles, Batch Brewing Company is a hip neighbourhood business with a modern-day approach to their environmental impact.

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20 Aug 2018

Greening NSW

Greening NSW

Found in the Southern Tablelands of NSW, Back’O’Slaters is a stony patch of land owned by Andrew Moore and his wife Beverley. In 2017, Greenfleet helped restore the land after a fire tore through the property. 

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29 Jan 2018

Greenfleet plants 50,000 new trees in NSW this month

Greenfleet plants 50,000 new trees in NSW this month

Back’O’Slaters landowner Andrew Moore said he was pleased with the process with Greenfleet, who handled everything, from site preparation through to planting.

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15 Sep 2017

Before & after – bringing a forest back to life in the Kosciuszko National Park

Before & after – bringing a forest back to life in the Kosciuszko National Park

In the foothills of the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, a forest that once stood depleted and bleak is now blossoming once again.

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18 May 2017

The growing forest of Mooney Valley

The growing forest of Mooney Valley

In 2004 and 2006, Greenfleet planted 13,000 native seedlings across 17.5 ha of the property, dubbed Mooney Valley, in New South Wales. The aim was to turn unproductive areas of the farm back into biodiverse flourishing forest. 

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16 Feb 2017

Before & After – the Bowna Waters Reserve at Lake Hume

Before & After – the Bowna Waters Reserve at Lake Hume

A lot of hands make light work. The Bowna Waters Reserve revegetation project along Lake Hume was a joint effort by Greenfleet, Scouts Australia and Goulburn Murray Water. The vast 70-hectare Reserve near Albury, NSW, was first planted by Greenfleet in 2002 as part of the Murray-Darling Rescue project. The aim was to reduce soil salinity and erosion throughout this important river system.

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