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Frahn’s Farm, Monarto – 550ha for restoration

The property has considerable value for grassy woodland restoration and as habitat for declining woodland birds.

Bio·R’s involvement in this exciting project includes:

  • Being represented on the Frahn’s Farm Restoration Working Group (FFRWG), which will develop a shared vision for the property, a long-term restoration plan, an investment plan, and determine and implement annual working plans;
  • Pledging $10,000 per annum for restoration of Frahn’s Farm over the next 5 years;
  • Organising planting festivals for Bio·R members so that they can directly take part in the restoration.

Please stay tuned for more information.

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