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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

Working together to restore our landscape at Cardinia Creek, Victoria

Working together to restore our landscape at Cardinia Creek, Victoria

From 2010, Greenfleet worked with Parks Victoria and the Department of Justice to transform the depleted land in Berwick, Victoria back into an oasis of biodiversity. 

 

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11 Apr 2017

Celebrate the International Day of Forests on March 21

Celebrate the International Day of Forests on March 21

Every day is Forest Day at Greenfleet! But the International Day of Forests is a special day for us to raise stronger awareness on the many, positive contributions our forests make to the sustainability of our Planet.

 

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17 Mar 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

Biodiverse reforestation lends a helping hand to native wildlife

Biodiverse reforestation lends a helping hand to native wildlife

March 3 is World Wildlife Day – a day to celebrate the amazing impact of our native forests to help protect and conserve our native wildlife. Find out more about how our supporters help protect and conserve native wildlife.

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27 Feb 2017

Before & after - The forest of Elanda Point…

Before & after - The forest of Elanda Point…

Take a look at the incredible before and after of the Greenfleet forest at Elanda Point, in the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. More then a decade later, the trees are taller than 10 meters, the habitat has been restored and the ecosystem is flourish once again. 

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17 Feb 2017

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