Koala Tree Planting
Every winter (June, July & August) Koala Clancy Foundation conducts multiple koala tree planting projects across the Little River, Moorabool River and Barwon River catchments, west of Melbourne Victoria.
The experts at Koala Clancy Foundation design the project, source and order the local indigenous trees and shrubs, co-ordinate contractors to prepare the site, source funding, plant the trees and complete followup maintenance over several years. Most of the trees are planted by community volunteers, schools, university students and Melbourne-based corporate groups, under the supervision of experienced Koala Clancy Foundation leaders.
Our koala tree planting projects have achieved high survival rates. 88% survival after one year is an average across most of our 2020 plantings.
You can view 48 of our tree planting sites on global ecosystem restoration platform Restor. Go to https://restor.eco/map and search for “Koala Clancy Foundation” – you’ll see our team listing.
Projects seeking funding ..... to be planted June to August 2023
Ongoing Projects...continuing in 2023
Overview: “A landowner with a determination to help koalas, and a grass-roots community group are working together to recreate an...
Tree planting for koalas in western Victoria - restoring an endangered ecosystem adjacent to a nature reserve with a koala...
Transformation of a cattle farm into a biodiverse wetland.
ongoing tree planting project for koalas at the You Yangs
Community-funded koala tree planting link project from You Yangs to Little River, Victoria
8000 trees 10 hectares: Seeking funding to restore an endangered ecosystem for koalas in 2022