Claire Coulson

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17 05, 2019

Sixteen Individuals and 270 trees.

By |2019-05-23T15:46:46+10:00May 17th, 2019|Fifteen Trees, Schools, Tree Plantings, Tree Plantings in Victoria|Comments Off on Sixteen Individuals and 270 trees.

One cool day, on a wind swept hills of Yea (Central Victoria), 22 students (VCAL class), two teachers, a couple of land-owners and the local landcare co-ordinator planted 270 native trees. These trees were planted on the behalf of sixteen amazing individuals who have an understanding of the need to support rural landcare groups with their revegetation projects. And none are so deserving than the community of Murrindindi Shire of [...]

6 11, 2017

Eighteen supporters and 395 trees.

By |2018-04-13T13:04:58+10:00November 6th, 2017|Fifteen Trees, Tree Plantings, Tree Plantings in Victoria|Comments Off on Eighteen supporters and 395 trees.

Fifteen Trees relies on a number of individuals and companies to assistance us in supporting community tree planting projects. This month, we gathered up 18 supporters and had their trees (395) planted at the one site. Westgate Park, Melbourne. With the Westgate Bridge as a backdrop, the Friends of Westgate Park have now planted 4,000 trees generously supplied by supporters of Fifteen Trees. The group is engaged in a very successful [...]

6 10, 2016

Tree planting at Kinglake.

By |2017-12-15T10:42:23+10:00October 6th, 2016|Fifteen Trees, Tree Plantings|Comments Off on Tree planting at Kinglake.

It has been a long long wet winter ... great for ducks ... and tree planting! As a result of all this rain, many planting groups have extended their tree planting season. Normally by this time of the year, tools have been stored away and tree seedlings put to bed. Usually, not much in the way of planting come October. Up in the highlands of Central Victoria, Chris Cobern and [...]

8 06, 2013

Balliang District, Vic

By |2017-12-15T10:43:15+10:00June 8th, 2013|Fifteen Trees, Tree Plantings|Comments Off on Balliang District, Vic

Michelle and Margaret Kerr have been residents of the Balliang Distract for three generations.  They live on the north bank of the Little River, a couple of kilometres East of the Brisbane Ranges. Michelle and Margaret are both very active in the Landcare movement. The Kerr property is part of a major project “The Little River Project” funded jointly by Vision for Werribee Plains and Melbourne Water which has successfully [...]