Karrindee South is the first micro-forest WOODiWiLD is establishing with support from school and organisation fundraisers and the public. If you would like to help create this new micro-forest in 2018, the first of many across Australia - please find the school or organisation you would like to support or simply fund a tree on-line today.

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The NSW Office of Environment & Heritage have identified 67 threatened  animals in the south-west slopes region of NSW in which this planting is established.

You can help us to establish the “Karrindee South” and future plantings by funding a tree for yourself or in conjunction with a school or organisation fundraiser.

Help us create more habitat!

With your support, we will be extending plantings into other areas of NSW and eventually to other States and Territories, establishing corridors and stepping stones in the landscape that provide important refuge for wildlife.

We are working with farmers to re-vegetate areas of their farms that are not productive and are better suited to tree planting, and we will apply the best available science to ensure our plantings are effective habitat for the local and migratory threatened species. Holbrook Landcare Network are initially assisting us to identify the best areas to re-vegetate in South West NSW.

Watch us planting some of the seedlings in our 2018 planting!

Date Planted

May 2018

Total Trees Planted

6054

Location

Karrindee South is located in southern New South Wales, near Wagga Wagga.

Time Lapse

Watch our plantation grow in this slideshow

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Wildlife

Learn about threatened species and the animals in our area that YOU can help save.

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Trees

Learn about the species of trees we are replanting at Karrindee South

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