Students lend hand to protect and connect endangered woodlands in ACT

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Canberra Grammar School students have helped kick off a new ACT Natural Resource Management (NRM) project which is aimed at protecting and connecting endangered woodlands in the ACT. The students recently planted 800 trees and shrubs on a property along the Murrumbidgee with assistance from Greening Australia and the Green Team.  ACT NRM has secured $1.5 million in funding through the National Landcare Program over the next five years for the project Protecting and Connecting Endangered Woodlands in the ACT. The project will work in partnership with Greening Australia and rural landholders to ensure good management of Box Gum Woodland continues, to help rural landholders connect patches of woodland habitat and to replace and retain paddock trees.

To find out more about this program and how to get involved  download the flier Box Gum Woodland Flier


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