Log on for the Rural Revegetation Program
Published on 01 April 2020
- Online orders for the City of Swan’s Rural Revegetation Program open Friday, April 3 and close 4.30pm sharp on Friday, May 1, 2020
- The popular annual program gives away 10,000 native trees, shrubs and groundcovers to residents with properties that are 4,000 square meters (approximately one acre) or greater in size
- Since the program’s official inception in 2006, the City has given away an estimated 130,000 plants
Online orders for the City of Swan’s Rural Revegetation Program open soon!
If you live in the City of Swan and your property is 4,000 square meters or larger in size, you are eligible to claim a selection of free native plants.
The program distributes around 10,000 trees, shrubs and groundcovers annually, with an estimated 130,000 plants given away to date.
Eligible residents can place orders on the City website from Friday, April 3 until 4.30pm sharp on Friday, May 1.
To place your order, visit www.swan.wa.gov.au/revegetation
Comments attributed to City of Swan Mayor Kevin Bailey
“The Rural Revegetation Program is a key part of the City’s strategy to conserve and improve our biodiversity.
“We acknowledge that our natural environment is one of our greatest resources, and that’s why we are focussing on building our tree canopy and educating residents about rural land care.”
Comments attributed to Pearce Ward Councillor Patty Jones
“The Rural Revegetation Program is a perennial favourite with residents and it’s easy to understand why.
“Planting native plants provides shade, improves air quality and offers habitat and food for local wildlife. “Not only that, but it adds to the natural beauty of our rural areas.”