From NSW property to conservation corridor

Margaret and Peter Hall first discovered CVA’s koala habitat planting project in Northern NSW as they were considering what to do with a portion of their property, and it was a match made in heaven!

“As with a number of our collaborations with like-minded organisations, CVA was there for us and hopefully, we were there for CVA when they were looking for sites!”

“I must say that all our connections with CVA have been extremely positive, whether it’s planning a planting day, developing a species list, having CVA staff and volunteers come to our property or attending a planting day on someone else’s. All the activities form part of the whole and we wouldn’t want to miss any aspect.”

“Planting days are so well planned! The CVA team arrive and it happens like clockwork! And it’s unlikely that we’d run out of tasty tucker during a planting day!”

“If ever you’re wondering how to make a real difference, getting involved as a volunteer with CVA is fun and one of the most fulfilling things you can do. Activities are professionally run and seeing what you’ve achieved at the end of the day is a fantastic feeling.”

“We’ve been able to better develop our property as a conservation site and in a quicker timeframe. This has meant faster habitat recovery, greater species diversity and improved wildlife corridors in our region. We have also made some great friends at CVA and look forward to further CVA contacts in the future.”

Peter & Margaret Hall

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