To save a species on the edge

Today we are potting up one of the rarest of all rainforest trees. The Small Leaved Tamarind - there were just FIFTEEN survivors from the deforestation here in the 1850's.

We've been collecting them from all over the Byron Shire to grow a genetically diverse group of them for reforestation in Mullumbimby, we want the species to survive. Do you want to see this happen? We're signing people up to support this project right now and are planting at Wilsons Creek-

Follow this link to get trees planted on your behalf in Wilsons Creek - we are 40% of the way complete!

https://www.rainforest4.org/bringing_back_byron_shire_s_rainforest_birds

Volunteer Tashi Maizey with Small Tamarind seedlings

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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work, the Bundjalung of Byron Bay Arakwal people, the Minjungbal people and the Widjabul people as traditional owners and custodians for parts of the Byron Shire, as the first people of this country, and pay our respects to their elders, past and present

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