Celebrating the anniversary of your Milestone Forest

You are growing a Milestone Forest

Investment in a Milestone Forest will leave a legacy beyond this century. Your forest is making a significant contribution to our environment through the restoration of native ecosystems, the reconnection of wildlife habitat and the protection of Country.

To mark this important anniversary, we wanted to give you an update on your forest.

Your forest

Seedling supply

Seedling supply

Seedling supply

Your Milestone Forest is growing on Dja Dja Wurrung Land at Ngulambarra, which means “meeting place” in Djaara language. Located near Wedderburn in Central Victoria this site, also known as Pearson, is vital in protecting the biodiversity values of this region. 

Positive impacts

Your Milestone Forest is growing among 60 hectares of seedlings planted to restore remnant grassy woodland.  

It includes over 20 plant species native to the region such as Yellow Gum (Eucalyptus leucoxylon), Blue Mallee (Eucalyptus polybractea) and Green Mallee (Eucalyptus viridis).   

Ngulambarra is located between conservation properties at Ngarri-Mt Egbert in the east and the Lawan Reserve to the west. Because of this, the property forms a key piece of the Wychitella Biolink that is reconnecting habitat for isolated populations of threatened species including the Swift Parrot, Quoll and the ground-dwelling Mallee Fowl.  

We are proud to tell you that your forest is playing a vital role in establishing refuge corridors that are essential for the long-term survival of these species, allowing them to move across the landscape to find food, shelter, and breeding opportunities. 

Milestone Forest at Ngulambarra

Healing Country

At Ngulambarra, Greenfleet is working with the Traditional Owners, Dja Dja Wurrung people (Djaara). By ensuring that a portion of plantings are culturally significant food and fibre grasses, we are helping to restore the land and provide potential climate appropriate traditional food crops. 

Your Milestone Forest is protected for 100 years, and we are heartened to tell you that the many positive environmental impacts made by your forest will be a continuing legacy of environmental hope well into our future.