Victor Harbor Times

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FNPW awarded one of three initial Bushfire Recovery Nursery grants to Yankalilla Community Nursery, located in South Australia.

This came as part of the first stage of FNPW’s mission to plant 1 million trees in Bushfire Recovery Nurseries over the next five years, in partnership with global non-profit, One Tree Planted and French beauty brand, L’OCCITANE.

The nursery will expand to grow more than double its usual amount of seedlings, with volunteers planting a total of 40,000 trees and associated plants to support the recovery of the Mount Lofty to Kangaroo Island Connection, plus help with revegetation on the scorched island.

There will be a focus on building the drooping sheoak populations across the Fleurieu Coast to provide more food and habitat for the glossy-black cockatoo flocks affected by the Kangaroo Island fires.

To house the thousands of more plants to be grown, the nursery site will be expanded, and funds will go towards fencing, nursery benches, potting structures, and a portable toilet for volunteers.

 

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The Transcontinental

The “Remarkable Southern Flinders” proposal, put forward by The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife, is set to receive a $10 million cash injection.

The project aspires to turn Mr Remarkable and the Southern Flinders Ranges into a world-class adventure tourism destination.

CEO of the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife, Ian Darbyshire said that this project would be a valuable addition to Australia’s National Parks.

“As the charity partner of Australia’s National Parks, we are thrilled to support this project that builds on the Parks 2025 vision for South Australia. This project will support the creation of a new national park precinct of over 30,000 hectares and create a world-class tourism asset which will provide access to nature and economic benefits for local communities long into the future.”

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Hawkesbury Gazette

Hawkesbury nursery trees to help restore fire-affected bushland

Hawkesbury Community Nursery at Mulgrave has been chosen as one of three recipients of a Bushfire Recovery Nursery grant, made available by the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife [FNPW], the charity partner of Australia's National Parks.

The grant will go to expanding the Mulgrave nursery's capacity to 45,000 trees, which will serve as a major step in supporting the recovery of Wollemi National Park and the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.

It is estimated that 80 per cent of the area was destroyed by the fires.

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