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Since the beginning of 2006, WFFT has been engaged in forest restoration and conservation, returning them to their original condition for the purpose of wildlife rehabilitation and to use the project as an educational tool to promote awareness and respect for forests and their wildlife inhabitants.

Volunteers are welcome to come and take part in this important restoration project.

This project has seen more than 150,000 native species of tree planted and we have witnessed a massive increase in bird and ground dwelling species as a direct result.

Forest Restoration and Conservation is vital to provide a sustainable growth and re-population of native wildlife throughout this region.

Every Tree Counts !!

Please contact us if you are interested in Forest Restoration and Conservation

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