Significant tree plantings took place across the Mulloon Catchment last year to help create vegetation corridors along several creeks in the region. The plantings included a diverse range of native trees and shrubs and will continue this coming spring.
Some of these corridors are being used to connect the valley floor to the woodland covered ridges. In other places, tree belts have been strategically placed to provide wind protection on exposed slopes and give shelter to stock.
Various landholders from the catchment have been taking part in the project and their cooperation and support is invaluable to its success.