Native Plants and Revegetation

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Native Plants and Revegetation

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Why revegetate?

Habitat loss caused by the removal of native vegetation is the number one cause of species extinction across Australia, and bringing that habitat back is one of the best things we can do to halt the decline. In your garden, on your block, on your farm and in the parklands of Albury Wodonga, now is the time to revegetate with local native species.

Revegetation is all about bringing back biodiversity and creating habitat, and using local native (indigenous) plants is an important component. These resources will help you to plan and prepare your site, choose suitable species, find a supplier of quality native plants, plant well and give your plantings the best chance of survival.

Revegetation Guides and Information

Albury Wodonga Garden Guide

Wodonga Urban Landcare Network, with Albury and Wodonga Councils, have compiled this beautiful guide to help local residents to plant gardens that fit with our environmental conditions and help bolster local native biodiversity.

Greening Australia Revegetation Techniques

Greening Australia’s guide to revegetation techniques provides a comprehensive manual for planning, preparing and planting in Victoria.

North East Catchment Management Authority

The North East Catchment Management Authority’s webpage on revegetation is a great place to find native local plant lists, resources and suppliers.

Bulk Local Native Suppliers

Our Native Garden Nursery

Volunteer run organisation that specialises in growing native plants.

Jayfields Nursery Australia

Based 25km North of Holbrook, this native nursery fulfils bulk orders.

Sandy Creek Trees Native Plant Nursery

Bulk order native plant nursery established in 1982

Park Lane Nursery Wangaratta

Commercial nursery that provides bulk and individual orders.

Revegetation In Action – posts from our news blog

Charlotte steps up to fencing

Calling for volunteers for Lake Hume planting

Safety first for Rail Trail at Baranduda

An auger and fence posts in the foreground of the shore and lake the fence will protect when built, with shoreline, hills and sky in the background

Foreshore works for a brighter climate future

Attracting Rakali

Climate at the forefront

Community plantings for nature corridors

Supporting habitat in Albury

Bats to benefit from new bushfire recovery project

Call for tree planting volunteers