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Tully

A sanctuary for Nature.

Australia
Queensland, Australia
Miyawaki Forest
Water
Habitat Restoration
Self Sustaining
After approx. two years our SUGi Pocket Forests can be classed as self-sustaining, at which point they can be handed over to nature and left alone for complexity to naturally develop.
Sustainability projects in Queensland, Australia.

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Trees

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Native Species

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2.5 Years
2.5 Years

Forest Partner

“This Miyawaki forest will complement the degraded ecosystem as well as the rainforest area and it will help pollinate fruit trees.”

Brett Krause, SUGi Forest Maker

Tully forest after 2.5 years growth
Blueberry lily (Dianella caerula)
Potato ladybird (Henoepilachna vigintisexpunctata)
Blueberry lily (Dianella caerula)
Tully forest after 2 years growth

“My favorite tree is the quandong tree, Elaeocarpus Grandis, which is a keystone species for this region that supports so many native animals, birds, and particularly the southern cassowary which is endangered.”

Brett Krause, SUGi Forest Maker

Tully forest after 1 year growth

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