Latest Greening Australia News

Bush Heritage Australia and Greening Australia unite to champion world-class restoration in WA
Restoration Works Begin At Flying Fox Camps
$28.5 Million For Reef Coastal Restoration Projects
Penrith Council plants over 10,000 plants with Greening Australia and Amazon Australia
Into Wild For Endangered Helmeted Honeyeaters
Recovery plan for critically-endangered Capricorn Yellow Chat
Government and primary producers invest $23.8 million to cut carbon emissions
If we do it right, we can replant trees and shrubs to store carbon – and restore biodiversity
Greater Gliders find new homes
New CEO appointed to Private Forests Tasmania
Study finds apple pollination in Australia reliant on introduced species
CBA partners with Greening Australia to expand native seed production for land restoration & carbon sequestration projects
Victoria’s Iconic Helmeted Honeyeaters Take Flight
More funding to grow Sydney’s tree canopy
Loving Grasslands doco to premiere on 29 November
Reef Assist investment extended to $20 million for projects in six catchment areas
One million tree milestone reached
Cutting-edge farming tech improving Great Barrier Reef water quality
One thousand trees planted on National Tree Day
Horticultural Specialist Offers Unique Education Opportunity in Southern Grampians
Big blue carbon boost to restore mangroves, seagrasses and tidal marshes
Penrith Council plants 10,000 plants with Greening Australia and Amazon Australia
BHP awards contract for Australian-first wind fences in Port Hedland
Plaque for 2022 Walk of Honour recipient officially unveiled
NAB Foundation supports Greening Australia and WWF to reduce natural disaster risk and respond to climate change
Future city liveability to depend on which plant we put where
Plant LGBT-rees at Landcare Community Planting Day
Plant tree and enjoy BBQ at Bendalong and Lake Conjola
Wagga Wagga honours 2022 Australia Day award winners
Banking future of our rarest plant species
New reserve precinct opens in Molonglo
More support for Tasmania’s Youth Climate Leaders
First Nations people and fireys keep traditions alive together
NASAA Organic welcomes a new Chairperson and Director to Board
Greening Australia plants 1,400 hectares of trees
Final tree planted in stage one of Ingledene Forest
Major Success for Tasmania’s Youth Climate Leaders
Pilot project to protect rare Pilbara vegetation
Parks Australia safeguards rare tree from local extinction
WA youth to benefit from COVID-19 Recovery Plan projects
Energy innovation to aid conservation and cultural tourism
Agroforestry focus thanks to $3.9 million funding
Thousands of new trees brighten up Greater Sydney
Thousands of new trees to be planted across Sydney
Virtual market launched to support local business
$3.5m available for Cairns sediment run-off reducing projects
$12.6 m for farmers to protect Reef water quality
$9m available for Townsville sediment run-off reducing projects