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A Million Trees

Wednesday 25th September / presented by Fiona Bartholomaeus

Australia is home to many beautiful native plants, which cover the majority of our country in thick bushland; however, many of the plant species here face dangers such as construction, introduced animals and much more.

Bush Heritage's Australia new 1 Million Trees project launched recently, with the aim to plant a million trees, plants and shrubs across 200 hectares of land.

Bush Heritage Australia Western Rangelands Ecologist Ben Parkhurst joined RTRFM to discuss the project.

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