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COMPLETED PLANTINGS

DAINTREE RAINFOREST QLD

-28.642358° 153.479096°
3,600 Trees planted
15,000m2 Restored
1125 CO2 Sequestered


ReForest Now partnered with Daintree Life and Douglas Shire Council to close unneeded roads in the Daintree. These have been closed and converted back to rainforest with a focus on native rainforest trees that provide food for Cassowaries. Funded and supported by: FAME, Daintree Life, Douglas Shire Council 

MYOCUM (1), THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.612132° 153.506450°
1561 Trees planted
10,000m2 Restored
375 CO2 Sequestered


The aim of planting on this paddock is to return it back to rainforest, create a wildlife corridor between two remnant rainforest patches, and stabilise the surrounding creeks by planting alongside creeks to encourage wetness and waterflow.
Funded by: Rainforest 4 Foundation

MYOCUM (3), THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.584776, 153.502801
1,035 Trees planted
3,500m2 Restored
259 CO2 Sequestered


This beautiful property features a creek that we planted around and alongside to support. We hope to plant again on this property to connect fragmented forest patches and regenerate unused paddock 
Funded by: Ecosia

MAINARM, THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.520092  153.444793
1,500 Trees planted
4000m2 Restored
275 CO2 Sequestered


This site is a key habitat zone for native mammals and birds. We planted alongside existing rainforest remnant areas to increase the size of these patches and their ability to host habitat and food for native species. Funded by: Reforest Now, Rainforest 4 Foundation & Sol Cleanse

WILSONS CREEK, THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.519916° 153.372832°
4000 Trees planted
80,000m2 Restored
875 CO2 Sequestered


Birdwing Butterfly Vines and Small Leaved Tamarinds were planted specifically to support the endangered Birdwing Butterfly and the Pink Underwing Moth that rely on these tree species for food and breeding.  Funded by: FAME (Foundation for Australia's Most Endangered)

Reforest Now &
Foundation for Australia's Most Endangered (FAME)

WILSONS CREEK PLANTING PROJECT

GOONENGERRY, THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.605367° 153.454111°
3929 Trees planted
13,200m2 Restored
989 CO2 Sequestered


This site in is important for the restoration of tributary of the Wilson's Creek that runs through and around the site. The creek system has been severely degraded from cattle farming  and contains limited areas of regenerated riparian rainforest.  Funded by:  Ecosia, Reforest Now, Sol Cleanse, Rainforest 4 Foundation

GOONENGERRY (2), THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.615786° 153.432393°
2486 Trees planted
1710m2 Restored
606 CO2 Sequestered


This site is a small-scale organics farm. We planted to buffer a creek and grow a canopy that will shade out weeds as an organic method for weed control. The site is also surrounded by old growth forest and koala habitat.  Funded by:  Ecosia, Reforest Now, Rainforest 4 Foundation

FEDERAL, THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.638784, 153.482019
2920 Trees planted
5000m2 Restored
375 CO2 Sequestered


This unused paddock is in the process of being converted to rainforest on a long steep slope running into rainforest creek. High native resilience around and at the bottom of the site.   Funded by:  Ecosia, Santos Organics, Rainforest 4 Foundation, Fresh Prince Studios, Reforest Now. 

FEDERAL (2), THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.642358° 153.479096°
3603 Trees planted
8700m2 Restored
650 CO2 Sequestered


A beautiful property of mixed rainforest and gum trees that was once a timbre planation and is now cleared to be reforested to rainforest. High diversity exists of flora and fauna including rare amphibians and birds. 
Funded by:  Ecosia

WANGANUI, THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.557413, 153.376919
3075 Trees planted
8250m2 Restored
556 CO2 Sequestered


In December 2019 and January 2020 the Australian bushfires burnt through remnant rainforest in the Byron Shire. This site in was badly affected.  This site on steep rocky terrain is still of high ecological importance with old rainforest trees looming overhead and with a running creek close by. We planted densely to counter for heavy weed invasion since fires. Funded by:  Ecosia, Santos Organics

WANGANUI (2), THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.570736° 153.388224°
960 Trees planted
3200m2 Restored
240 CO2 Sequestered


This site exists on steep terrain running down into a strong flowing rainforested creek.  Our efforts closed up gaps in the forest where the landholder recently removed bundles of lantana and we assisted a large area cleared of weeds that now has a strong establishment of pioneer rainforest trees. We added a diverse mix of secondary and mature phase trees to engage the successional rainforest process.  Funded by: Santos Organics, Rainforest 4 Foundation, Prana Skin Co, The Foot Collective.

MULLUMBIMBY, THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.550846, 153.483503
4,390 Trees planted
10,000m2 Restored
750 CO2 Sequestered


The site consisted of approximately a hectare of 30 meter wide creek edge that is partially restored on both sides and represents an incredible opportunity for large scale creek restoration. We hope to add thousands more trees to the property in the near future. Funded by:  Treehuggers, Rainforest 4 Foundation, Reforest Now & Qudos Bank

PLANT TREES WITH US 

$5 = one tree planted!

Choose how many trees you would like and we plant these within three months of donation. All trees are planted as part of reforestation projects to bring forest back to the cleared land of subtropical Australia.

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We also have monthly tree subcriptions! This means trees are donated from you automatically each month. 

MULLUMBIMBY STEINER SCHOOL, NSW

-28.557808° 153.460214°
2000 Trees planted
6700m2 Restored
550 CO2 Sequestered


2000 trees were planted along the existing creek. The school has already planted thousands of trees along the creek (up to 7 years of age). This planting was this years contribution to the growing rainforest at Mullumbimby Steiner School.  
Funded by: Ecosia, Reforest Now & Qudos Bank

 THE BYRON SHIRE NSW - SMALL PROJECTS

Various locations in the Byron Shire
1075 Trees planted
1000m2 Restored
168 CO2 Sequestered


Our landholder support program works with people to see parts of their properties restored to rainforest. We believe that there are many people who would like to contribute to the recovery of their local ecosystems, but stumble on the high costs normally associated with working through the commercial industry.

ATHERTON TABLELANDS, FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND

-17.246921, 145.650660
949 Trees planted
3200m2 Restored
237 CO2 Sequestered


The site has had over 100,000 trees planted in effort to expand suitable habitat for over 40 species of birds that live in the Lake Barrine area, which is a highly restricted habitat space. This was our first planting on this site we will continue to work here in the future to continue the existing efforts here. Funded by Clean Energy Queensland, Reforest Now, Qudos Bank, Sol Cleanse, Maddy Gray

MOSSMAN GORGE, FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND

-16.472736° 145.332106°
3000 Trees planted
10,000m2 Restored
750 CO2 Sequestered


Mossman Gorge is one of the highest conservation value areas in the wet tropics, second part of site had to be modified with drainage swales as illegal clearing and levelling of the area turned it into a flood plain post cane farming. Existing creek lines in the site were presumedly destroyed at some point. Now restored and weeds eliminated. Funded by FAME

MULLUMBIMBY (2), THE BYRON SHIRE NSW

-28.542708°, 153.497058°
500 Trees planted
1,700m2 Restored
125 CO2 Sequestered


Turning unused paddock back into rainforest. This property in Mullumbimby is surrounded by forest we aim to connect through continued planting at this site.   Funded by:  Qudos Bank, Sol Clease, Santos Organics, Blank GQ