Wild Futures

The Native Grass Lifecycle: CVA & Vitality

While a lot of life was put on hold during 2020, our native species continued to be bountiful and flourish.  

Thanks to Vitality’s support, we’ve been able to keep the Native Grass Lifecycle project flourishing, with the goal to grow 2,000 – 3,000 plants to help restore the native grassland habitat for one of Victoria’s most endangered species, the Eastern Barred Bandicoot. 

We’re working to rejuvenate one of the last pockets of native grasslands in Victoria, Woodlands Historic Park. The site is in need of replanting herbaceous plants such as wildflowers, orchids and ground covers which will encourage a wider variety of invertebrates, which in turn become food for the Eastern Barred Bandicoots, who will then be able to rebuild their new homes and habitats in the grasslands. 

This year has sparked a new air of appreciation for the natural world around us. We’ve discovered more than ever, the need to live and work in unity with the living world. 

With Vitality’s help we’re working to do exactly that. We’re on the journey of restoring balance to nature and leaving a long lasting and positive impact on our own backyard, one native seed at a time. 

Find out more about our work with the Eastern Barred Bandicoot here:



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