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2011 vs. 2016 - How five years changed the face of this patch of land
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2011 vs. 2016 - How five years changed the face of this patch of land

When Greenfleet joined hands with Parks Victoria to revegetate this piece of land between Kinglake National Park and Warrandyte State Park, there wasn't much for the eyes to see. Fast-forward five years later and you can easily spot the difference native reforestation is making. It's heartwarming to witness the transformation of the land back to its natural state, from grass to forest.

What you can't see on these progress shots is the amazing impact this forest has. As the trees grow, they're removing carbon pollution from the atmosphere and providing habitat for native wildlife - like the rare Brushtail Phascogale.

More photos and story of this unique revegetation project here: www.greenfleet.com.au/Ourforests/PlantingSites/WatsonsCreekBiolink

 

Before and After photos of Greenfleet's native forests in Kinglake National Park, Vic 

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