Border project gives nature helping hand

Bryan Haywood, Jonathan Tuck And Marcel Griffiths TBW Newsgroup
FUTURE GROWTH: Nature Glenelg Trust senior ecologist Bryan Haywood and ecologist Jonathan Tuck with HVP Plantation south west district manager Marcel Griffiths at the Palpara campsite, south of Rennick, which is being revegetated to support the safe passage of wildlife.

Almost 70 hectares of land will be revegetated near one of the region’s most popular tourist attractions in an effort to create habitat corridors to support native wildlife movements.

Forest owners HVP Plantations and Nature

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