Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Plant a Tree Project
The Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Project aims to recreate a healthy, functioning landscape, restored after decades of habitat loss and degradation. This will become the new bush that helps connect to the Australian Outback. It is a legacy landscape – one in which our actions now will ensure this landscape will be left in a much improved condition than we received it. This will be our gift to future generations and to the planet.
See the time-lapse of Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Plant a Tree Project over the past 6 years. The satellite imagery used has Everclime's NDVI overlay, which shows the change in vegetation over time, with more green signifying higher vegetation index at the site. The project is encouraging native animals and plants that have vanished or been pushed to the brink of extinction in the region to return and breed. Imagine how special it will be to welcome back iconic threatened species such as Malleefowl, Bush Stone-curlew, Carnaby’s Cockatoo, Western Spiny-tailed Skink and the Woylie (Brush-tailed Bettong), as well as over 30 species of conservation-significant native plants!
Plant-Five-Trees Impact Certificate
Plant-Ten-Trees Impact Certificate
Plant-Twenty-Five-Trees Impact Certificate
Plant-One-Hundred-Trees Impact Certificate
Plant-Fifty-Trees Impact Certificate
National Tree Day: Plant-a-tree at Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor