The Fund raises over $23,000 for the environment!

The South Gippsland environment and all who depend on it say Thank you to all our donors.

Over 30 people and businesses donated to the South Gippsland Landcare Fund in 2022/23 raising over $23,000 for environmental work. 

Twenty three vehicles had their carbon captured in 2023, raising over $2,000.  The funding has been allocated the Arawata Landcare Group to plant 1666 indigenous plants creating over 1 hectare of koala habitat. 

A $10,00 donation from the Australian Plant Society – South Gippsland for koala habitat, along with another $1,000 in donations has been allocated to three sites in the Franklin River and surrounds koala corridors. Three sites are adjacent to large areas of remnant vegetation, the extension of the remnant vegetation, creating corridors for Koalas to move safely through the landscape. 

In 2022/ 23 the Tarwin Landcare Group signed an agreement with SGL Fund (similar to the Landcare Victoria Inc arrangement) to received funding via the SGL Fund. The Tarwin Landcare Group received close to $10,000 in donations to support their deer control management plan including the Deer Hunters Ball. 

If you would like to help support Landcare efforts in South Gippsland, please consider donating to the Fund where the only admin cost is bank fees and all of your donation goes to the great work of the Landcarers in South Gippsland. All donations over $2 are tax deductible. 

Go to our website for more details on how to donate follow this link.

Or give the Fund’s Executive Officer, Belinda Brennan a call  M: 0409 004 901 or email:  to discuss the difference your donation could make. 

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