East Gippsland Landcare Network is the recipient of the inaugural $5000 Sure Gro Tree Max Landcare Grant for its project ‘Beating Back the Browsers’, which aims to increase the survival rates of newly planted native seedlings on landcare revegetation sites.
The project will be accomplished by reducing the pressure of browsing animals (particularly Sambar Deer) as the current levels of browsing pressure are resulting in very high mortality rates of new seedlings.
Sure Gro Tree Max Australia is a family-owned company that provides quality products for land management, soil erosion control, revegetation, landscaping, civil, agriculture and nursery industries. For over 30 years, the company has worked closely with landcare, coastcare and bushcare groups throughout Australia.
To formally recognise the loyalty these groups have shown their business and the importance of the work they do, in 2018 Sure Gro Tree Max partnered with Landcare Australia to inaugurate the Sure Gro Tree Max Landcare Grant Program.
“It’s our way of giving back to the thousands of communities and volunteers that carry out important environmental projects across Australia,” said Joshua Isman from Sure Gro Tree Max.
This grant program is being funded through a cause-related marketing initiative, with Sure Gro Tree Max donating 5 percent (GST exclusive) to Landcare Australia from all orders it receives from landcare, bushcare and coastcare groups that are listed in the National Landcare Directory.
For groups that already purchase from Sure Gro Tree Max or who may want to in the future, head to the directory to make sure your group is on the directory and has the correct details.
For More Details contact Sure Gro Tree Max Australia on 1800 550 000 or via the links below.