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Glorious Googies

Glorious Googies

Greenfleet will be working with Glorious Googies free-range egg farm to plant 37 hectares of native forest on their property in Autumn 2016. Not only will these trees help with visible erosion on the farm, but did you know that well-sheltered pasture areas produce healthier and happier hens? Egg-sellent!

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14 Aug 2015

Restoration and healing at Minjelha Dhagun

Restoration and healing at Minjelha Dhagun

Twelve years later and Minjelha Dhagun in Mt Barney Queensland has been transformed into a thriving, biodiverse native forest. See the amazing before and after results here.

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29 Jul 2015

Restoring the land at Humes Crossing, Mt Kosciuszko National Park

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service & Greenfleet joined forces in 2008 to re-vegetate Humes Crossing, part of Mt Kosciuszko National Park in NSW. Another great example of what donations from Greenfleet supporters helps to achieve in the environment!

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3 Jul 2015

Amazing progress shots of our native forest near Broadford in Victoria

Amazing progress shots of our native forest near Broadford in Victoria

You only need to take one look at these before and after shots to witness the dramatic impact native reforestation has had for biodiversity and native fauna in this area.

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6 May 2015

Big results at Big Tree

Big results at Big Tree

In 2006, Wayne Hamblin worked with Greenfleet to plant a native forest of 10,000 trees over 16 hectares of his property in NSW to improve the biodiversity of the large sheep and cropping farm, create shelter belts to protect livestock and stabilise creeklines. Nine years later Wayne says the area is “just magic”.

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13 Apr 2015

Impactful before and after pics of our native 13-year old forest north of Albury, NSW

Impactful before and after pics of our native 13-year old forest north of Albury, NSW

These before and after pics show the progress we've made on this 6-hecatre site to restore natural forest after planting over 5,000 native trees in 2002.

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9 Apr 2015

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