Greening the Songline

Photographer: Ed Sloane

In partnership with Gen-U, 50% of your registration fees will fund the Greening the Songline strategy, a planting program of endangered trees, shrubs and grasses along the contemporary songline.

On Friday 4 May at Songline Station 3, you have an opportunity to join in from 4:30pm to 5:30pm as Greening Australia leads a Revegetation Activity at Limeburners Lagoon State Nature Reserve. Plant a tree and make a difference to this regionally significant conservation reserve.

Mountain to Mouth is bringing ecology into Geelong’s extreme arts walk, through the creation of a long term vision to revegetate the local habitat with plantings of Indigenous species of grasses, trees and shrubs.  Our ‘Green Corridor’ strategy is connecting local communities and revegetation organisations together to care for the eleven songline corridors across the 80km walk, so that the region can retain its natural beauty. In the future, the installation of Mountain to Mouth walking maps and signage at a number of sites will encourage all year walking of this contemporary songline.