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Green gifts for Gippsland - Free forests on offer for landholders

Green gifts for Gippsland - Free forests on offer for landholders

Do you own a property? Greenfleet wants to talk to you. We're looking for more properties to plant native forests, free of charge.

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8 Sep 2017

Another fantastic planting day – 850 native trees planted by our supporters

Another fantastic planting day – 850 native trees planted by our supporters

Thank you to the volunteers from Europcar, Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses, Computershare and Northmost Studio who joined our team to plant trees and see firsthand what their donations mean on the ground. We had the best day, and together we managed to put 850 plants in the ground!

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14 Aug 2017

Renewing the bush after Black Saturday’s destruction

Renewing the bush after Black Saturday’s destruction

Recently, TAKE2 discovered how Greenfleet’s revegetation is breathing life back into the bush after the catastrophic Black Saturday fires. Revitalising not only the land, but the community too. 

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29 Jun 2017

14,000 more trees planted along the Great Ocean Road

14,000 more trees planted along the Great Ocean Road

Located in the scenic region of the Great Ocean Road and bordering the Great Otway National Park, a private property is getting a makeover after decades of grazing with 17 hectares returned to native bushland.

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16 Jun 2017

Before & after – Our forest at The Australian Light Horse Memorial Park

Before & after – Our forest at The Australian Light Horse Memorial Park

In 2006, Greenfleet was honoured to be part of the establishment of the Australian Light Horse Memorial Park's forest. After more than 10 years, this historic and treasured landmark is a flourishing ecosystem.

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19 Apr 2017

The George Bass Coastal Walk – A coastal piece of paradise restored

The George Bass Coastal Walk – A coastal piece of paradise restored

In 2005 and 2006, Greenfleet revegetate 6.47 ha of the Bass Strait headlands between Kilcunda and San Remo in South Gippsland. More than 10 years on, this coastal walk is a flourishing ecosystem once again. 

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7 Mar 2017

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