A welcome environmental good news story. What can happen when a small, science-based environmental organisation buys a 1,035-acre blue-gum plantation, strip it of trees, allow it to flood, and transform it back into wetlands after 150 years of abuse. Click on the link or image below to view the ABC article. Plantation transformed back into wetland.
Walker Swamp, Western Victoria. Image copyright ABC.
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