2017 Lorax Project underway

The 2017 UGLN Lorax Revegetation Project is now underway for our eighth consecutive year.

ANZ volunteers planting at a wetland area in Yea.











Already we have had corporate volunteers from NAB and ANZ travel up from Melbourne to assist with revegetation projects in Yea and Glenburn.

NAB volunteers on a foggy day at Glenburn.









The Yea High School students have also completed the first of four planting days they will be carrying out on properties at Homewood, Yea, Limestone and Strath Creek.

Yea High School students planting on a farm in Homewood.











And our Green Army team have been very busy planting on properties at Gobur, Taggerty, Limestone and up in Highlands.

Green Army team planting in Taggerty.









UGLN has built up a very valuable resource of tree planting assistance and partnerships. This has enabled us to successfully undertake many projects that have a large revegetation component.

Planting at one of the Offset Project sites in Highlands.









This year the Lorax Project volunteers will be assisting landcare members involved with our Murrindindi Offset Project, Biodiversity Fund and Woodlands & Wetlands Projects. As well as the revegetation part of the Ribbons of Remnant Roadsides project.

1 Comment

  1. Roger Cook on June 21, 2017 at 3:02 pm

    Keep on saving the planet!

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