GWLAP are working to restore some vitally important remnants of Red-gum woodlands within the Finniss River Catchment. The Native Vegetation Council are supporting a 3-year project to undertake ecological restoration within 260 hectares of Eucalyptus camaldulensis woodlands and 590 hectares of other plant communities. These are areas of high conservation priority
GWLAP is currently managing three separate projects under the Australian Government’s 20 Million Trees program. The projects include six Green Army teams – one team at a time for the duration of the three projects. Each project involves the establishment of key local native plant species – to suppress weeds, promote ecological function and absorb CO2 emissions.