Recognising Our Major Partners and Sponsors

A huge thank you to the all of our partners and sponsors who contribute to our work at Frahns Farm.

In particular, we’d like to thank the following organisations:

Kersbrook Landcare Group

Kersbrook Landcare Group provided 1800+ complimentary tubestock for our planting efforts at Frahns Farm in June 2022.

Kersbrook Landcare Group is a not-for-profit organisation committed to enhancing the environment in and around the Adelaide Hills. Their nursery is run by Heidi and her team of trained and energetic volunteers, where they grow over 300 species. Their team has been an important part of recreating habitat at Frahns Farm, particularly this year when they grew almost 20,000 tubestock for our endeavours.

Trees For Life (SA) – through the Alfred James Memory Tree Program

Trees For Life (SA), through the Alfred James Memory Tree Program, provided 1250 complimentary tubestock for our habitat recreation at Frahns Farm in June 2022.

In partnership with Alfred James Funeral Homes, Trees for Life facilitates the planting of native plants as living memorials for families and friends whose loved ones have passed away, with a focus on enhancing biodiversity and wildlife habitat. We appreciate the contribution that Flora and her team at the Trees for Life nursery have made to recreating habitat at Frahns Farm by growing high-quality tubestock for our planting festivals.

Seeding Natives

Seeding Natives provided enormous expertise and efforts in delivering the direct seeding of native plant species at Frahns Farm.

Seeding Natives is an innovative not-for-profit organisation specialising in ecological restoration from the ground up. This year they discounted the price of native seed that they provided for our direct seeding at Frahns Farm, helping our budget spread further and allowing Bio·R to have greater positive impact.

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