Who is El Niño?I never heard of El Niño when I was a kid. Melbourne was just hot, dry summers and cold wet winters. Summer meant school holidays and temperatures that increased over several days until they reached late 30 or early 40s.… Save the Koala Do you remember 2019? It’s hard to believe the Bushfires that destroyed much of the Victorian countryside and east coast of Australia only happened less than 4 years ago, in the ‘Pre-Covid’ era. During that time, thousands of acres of… Why become a TreeProject volunteer grower?Arguably one of the most valuable ways folks can get involved and support the work of TreeProject is by becoming a grower. This entails signing up to cultivate the indigenous seedlings needed for planting. While commitment and responsibility are involved,… National Tree DayWe Australians love our iconic forests and trees. Last year’s ABC program, “Australia’s favourite tree”, highlighted the stories of just some of the magnificent array of trees that call Australia home. Unfortunately, however, our environment and trees are in decline. From Chance to Legacy“There’s a great wonderment in growing a tree. From a seed you can hardly see and the first steps you take to sowing it in the soil. Then this sprout comes out and you know that it’s going to be… River Red Gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis)In efforts to “sow the seeds for a sustainable future”, TreeProject plants a wide range of tree, midstory tree, shrub, and grass seedlings to encourage diverse regeneration and ecosystem restoration. In 2023, with 6000 new seedlings, the iconic River Red… World Environment DayJoining forces to promote biodiversitySupporting Earth Day | MelbourneWhy regenerate land?
In the spirit of reconciliation TreeProject acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today