May 4, 2023


Planted in

Little Hello Studio loves nature.

In what might just make one of the most seamless collaborations of all, Little Hello Studio have very kindly supported our native tree planting projects, with 100 trees newly planted at the stunning and tranquil Campaspe Valley in Central Victoria.



In what might just make one of the most seamless collaborations of all, Melbourne’s Little Hello Studio have very kindly supported our native tree planting projects, by purchasing 100 native trees in the stunning Campaspe Valley, Central Victoria.





This region of Australia hosts many important waterways and tributaries, namely the Coliban and Campaspe Rivers leading to Lake Eppalock, Taungurung Country (Northern VIC).


Why seamless you ask? Owner of Little Hello Studio is the very creative Natalie, who dedicates her craft to paying homage to native trees, animals and in particular birds through art. Sparked on from a family trip to the Western Australian outback region, which totally captured Natalie’s heart and creative spirit, she has gained a reputation for not only being a wonderful artist of native fauna and flora, but also is a sought-after designer and acclaimed best selling list author of many books.


I love supporting your amazing ventures and giving back to the planet by planting trees.

Natalie Marshall | Founder | Little Hello Studio


Blue wren from Nat’s collection of Christmas decorations.


The Shire of Campaspe is the traditional lands of the Dja Dja Wurrung, Taungurung and Yorta Yorta peoples. The planting group comprises of members who have rural properties in a part of the state that’s been extensively and intensively cleared since the 1840s. Members are aiming to re-establish some tree cover using locally indigenous species. They are also working on revegetating public lands, such as roadsides that are currently devoid of, or have very few, trees.


The trees have all been protected with tree guards.


Some of the species planted included; Silver Wattle, Lightwood, Black Wattle, Blackwood, Buloke, Drooping Sheoak, River Bottlebrush, River Red Gum, Yellow Gum, Grey Box, Messmate, Snow Gum, Red Box and Manna Gum.


Many thanks to the sponsors. It would be a far more difficult job without your kind help, in fact very restrictive to proceed at all without your help.

Graham Connell | Member | Campaspe Valley Landcare Group


A variety of native plants ensures a greater biotic range and a healthier ecosystem. 


We are so grateful to Nat for her support, and we know her beloved little native critters and flora will be equally grateful too. Be sure to check out Nat’s exquisite range at Little Hello Studio.


If you are interested in how your business and Fifteen Trees could work together, contact Colleen at <[email protected]> and also check out our COMPANY page.


Writer – Lou Ridsdale


Lou is a big fan of words and has been our Comms Manager since 2019.

She is a green thumb, Earth Lover, big-hearted nature freak, plus a savvy media and horticulture expert, who passionately believe that everyone can lead a more nourishing and sustainable life. Her passion for education + communication being the most empowering tool for change is reflected in her setting up her side hustle Hey Hoe Let’s Grow. She also founded Food Is Free Inc., a unique grassroots food security platform specialising in food security education. She fell in love with trees after reading The Magic Faraway Tree as a child. You can find Lou here







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