The one million trees project

Published 16 Sep 2019 

The one million trees project

A massive project is underway to plant a million trees and shrubs in the red soils of a 1350 hectare cleared area at our Eurardy Reserve in the rangelands of Western Australian.

The reserve is on the lands of the Nanda people and forms a critical habitat link between Kalbarri National Park and Toolonga Nature Reserve to the north.

We’ve been able to start thanks to a partnership with Perth’s Carbon Neutral Charitable Fund. But putting the plants in the ground is just the first step. We need your generous support to give the new seedlings the best chance of survival in the months and years ahead.

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