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Farmers propagate, plant thousands of trees to conserve rare subtropical rainforest

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“We’ve had a great recovery, a lot of trees that we thought we may have lost have come back after the fire.” πŸ‘

Farmers propagate, plant thousands of trees to conserve rare subtropical rainforest

Thousands of native trees are being painstakingly propagated and planted at Milton on the NSW south coast in a bid to expand and conserve a rare patch of "dry" rainforest that has been subjected to land clearing, drought and bushfire.


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