Between 2020-2022, we worked alongside One Tree Planted to support a total of 76,000 trees planted. Over this time, we have supported a range of communities across Australia to support habitat restoration, bushfire recovery and biodiversity projects.
Project #4: Victoria (2022)
- 20,000 trees planted in a community-centric project.
- Restoration of degraded areas of their land or expand remnants of indigenous vegetation.
- Landholders choose species from local area according to Environment Victoria’s EVC.
- Supported a total of 135,495 trees planted with this project in 2022.
Project #3: Stirling Range National Park (2021)
- 50,000 trees planted to restore biodiversity in the region
- Mix of hand-planted saplings and seeds planted directly into the soil.
- 56 local native species planted, including various types of Eucalyptus, Melaleuca, and Proteaceous.
- Expected to grow over 235,000 native trees and shrubs at the site.
Project #2: Bushfire Recovery Nurseries (2019 - 2020)
- 3,000 tree seedlings planted to support Australia’s recovery from the Black Summer bushfires.
- Supporting the Yankalilla Community Nursery in South Australia to expand their nursery and grow extra 25,000 seedlings for bushfire recovery projects.
- Assisting the regrowth of associated plants for habitat and food source recovery of the Glossy Black Cockatoo
Project #1: South-West Western Australia (June 2020)
- 3,000 trees planted for habitat restoration of native animals.
- Planted at Lake Toolibin and private land across the region
- Provide habitat for migratory bird species including the endangered Carnaby’s Cockatoo and critically endangered western ringtail possum, chuditch, and woylies.
Our contribution to the One Tree Planted Planting Pledge has been an important step in our journey and we are proud to be part of this project. Over the course of this project, we were able to support various communities across Australia in their efforts towards habitat restoration, bushfire recovery, and biodiversity projects. We are thrilled to see the difference that our work was making in these areas and to witness firsthand the benefits of tree planting.