July 28, 2014

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Wardandi Flora Reserve (WA).

TREES PLANTED

Wardandi means ‘people who live by the ocean and walk the forest paths’. Local Nyungar elders gave permission to use the name to the Austalind Bushcare Council (who looks after the site). Some of the Council’s activities include; plant and fauna surveys, fencing, weed control, rubbish removal, guided wildflower walks and planting trees! Which is where Austin Letto and G.J. Gardner Homes Bunbury come into the picture. Austin Ietto planted trees to rehabilitate degraded margin of Wardandi Flora Reserve For every new home GJG home built in Bunbury, Austin (through Fifteen Trees) has 15 trees planted. This year, Austin’s trees (300) went out to the Wardandi Flora Reserve. On the day of planting Austin (pictured) and his team attended the site to lend a helping hand. It is interesting to note that this site is the only A-Class reserve in this district. Doubly important to protect this area. Thank you Austin for your support. Slainte – Colleen    

RECENT TREE PLANTINGS

1020 TREES PLANTED

June 12, 2024
Individual actions really do matter! Individually we can really only make small differences to the world around us, but collectively our numbers add up. And if enough individuals are involved then forests can be grown!
Victoria

132 TREES PLANTED

June 10, 2024
We have a handful of organisations who purchase trees when they can. These organisations are masters of ingenuity when it comes to incorporating tree planting into their business practices.

70 TREES PLANTED

May 21, 2024
The Institute of Public Accounts has supported one of our revegetation projects by purchasing a tree for every attendee at their recent Victorian Conference held in Ballarat, VIC. The trees (70) were planted in the district, in the weeks following the conference.