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Tree planting time.

Now is the perfect time to plant a tree and with the help of many volunteers we have been doing just that. NAB & JB Were join forces JB Were volunteers planting on the Spring Creek Camberwell High School students in Flowerdale So far this season as part of our fire recovery revegetation project we have planted 3760…

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Lorax Project 2012

Our revegetation project (Lorax Project) has kicked off for 2012. We recently have had volunteers from NAB, Aspect Personnel, Camberwell Secondary College and Conservation Volunteers Australia planting trees and shrubs along the Spring Creek, Stony Creek, at South Cathedral Farm in Buxton and the Kinglake Lions Park. South Cathedral Farm – Buxton NAB at Kinglake…

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Lorax project 2011 winds up for another year

The UGLN’s Lorax Project has finally finished for 2011.The high demand for trees on fire affected properties and the good soaking spring and early summer rains allowed us to continue our revegetation program a bit longer than usuall.This year we revegetated over 31 hectares by planting 9580 plants with assistance from 562 volunteers. We also…

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Round-leaf Pomaderris

                  A team from Conservation Volunteers Australia has doing some great work with us tree planting and removing Cape Broom and English Broom from properties in the Kinglake/Flowerdale area. One of the days was spent planting at the Stony Creek reserve in Kinglake West. The reserve has…

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DSE Planting Day on Murrindindi River

Volunteers from the DSE and the Dept of Planning and Rural Communities planted 300 shrubs and grasses along the Murrindindi River in Murrindindi. The plantings were a great support for the local Yea River Landcare Group who have spent many hours carrying out weed control and improving this and other reserves in the area. The…

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Lorax Project In Full Swing

Our fire recovery revegetation program ‘Lorax Project’ is motoring along at the moment and the volunteers are enjoying getting outdoors amongst the fine spring weather. Over the last two months with the help of many volunteers from NAB and CVA as well as local volunteers from the Kinglake Scouts and Strath Creek Landcare Group we…

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Kinross Farm Landcare Project

With funding provided by CSL the UGLN has been able to implement a great environmental project at Kinross Farm in Kinglake West. With the support and assistance of Kinross Farm we have installed stock exclusion fencing around over 5ha of remnant vegetation, carried out weed control and planted over 1200 trees and shrubs. Recent fauna…

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National Tree Day

The Kinglake Landcare Group held this year’s National Tree day event at Bollygum Park in Kinglake. The weather was great and over 50 local people including members of the Kinglake Scouts, Kinglake Landcare and Friends of Bollygum Park attended and planted over 500 plants in the bushland and garden areas of the newly constructed park.…

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Conservation Volunteers Australia

Volunteers from Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) have recently been helping with the UGLN’s fire recovery by planting trees at Flowerdale and Kinglake West and removing holly and privet from amongst bushland on the Stony Creek. The team was very multicultural with members from Norway, America and China. Using volunteers from around Australia and across the…

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Christ Church Grammar School

On Friday 15th July students from Christ Church Grammar School in South Yarra returned to Kinglake to volunteer again with the UGLN fire recovery program.This time the students takled a variety of diferent tasks. They started the day installing nest boxes at a local landcare members property. After lunch at the local bakery they got…

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