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Progress shots of our native forest in Mt Worth State Park
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Progress shots of our native forest in Mt Worth State Park

Wondering what donations to Greenfleet mean on the ground? Look no further... These two photos were taken at the exact same spot six years apart in one of the areas we reforested in Mt Worth State Park, in the Strzelecki Ranges, Vic.

Between 2006 and 2011, we worked with Parks Victoria to revegetate a total area of 55 ha with native forests to restore cleared areas in the State Park.

This project is probably one of the best examples of the impact native reforestation has for biodiversity and native fauna. Our forest is buzzing with birds and evidence of wallabies and wombats were also observed at our latest visit. We were lucky to spot a cute echidna roaming around too!

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Amazing progressive shots of Greenfleet's native forest in Mt Worth State Park, Vic - 2008 vs 2014

 

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