A farm that was once owned by the father of permaculture, Bill Mollison, will join a growing movement which is setting aside land for a permanent safe koala corridor from northern New South Wales to the Queensland border.
- The current owner of Mr Mollison’s farm will plant more than 4,000 trees on 10-hectares of the property
- Bangalow Koalas have planted nearly 54,000 trees since February last year for wildlife corridors
- Its president says many farmers are approaching the group directly to plant out on their property
Last year, Bangalow Koalas president Linda Sparrow met with the current owner of Mr Mollison’s farm, retired vet John Quayle, to team up in coming months to plant more than 4,000 trees on the 67-hectare property near…