The planting of our first trees from our partnership with One Tree Planted is underway in Western Australia. The planting project in south-west Western Australia will be carried out June to August 2020 where a total of 51,241 trees will be planted across 9 sites. It’s a very special region, as an international biodiversity hot spot, and these plantings are focused on habitat restoration for native animals. The seedlings will be distributed between a wetland at Lake Toolibin which offers important habitat to a number of migratory birds yearly, and a further seven sites to create and improve habitat for the critically endangered Western Ringtail Possum, with the remaining being used to create a wildlife corridor. Unfortunately the Covid-19 restrictions meant that our team, volunteers and the community were unable to attend the planting, but fingers crossed we will be at the next one , which we can’t wait to update you on as it is focused on Bushfire Recovery. Since the new year bushfires - which destroyed 15 million acres of bush, decimating native wildlife habitats - it’s become an urgent priority, and we can’t wait to see these areas come to life. Stay tuned!