This project aimed to improve a native vegetation corridor network between the Kindra State Forest and the Coolamon Travelling Stock Reserve (TSR) wetland, and also to improve the aquatic environment within the wetland. Creating connectivity between the Forest and wetland is of great importance in promoting the ongoing regeneration of the natural ecosystems, and allowing the movement of fauna using corridors between high conservation value sites for foraging and breeding.
The project involved planting over 1,500 native tube stock seedlings. The group hosted 5 planting weekends over 2 months, with 50 people attending and helping plant the tube stock. A bird walk was also hosted, with 12 people participating in this event.