Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group

Ludlow, Western Australia

Our objective is to restore and protect the iconic Ludlow Tuart Forest, and the historic Ludlow settlement for the benefit of future generations, biodiversity, tourism, education and research.

Lotterywest grant

The Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group are pleased to announce that Lotterywest have agreed to provide a generous grant for the repair and extension of the greenhouse located in the Ludlow millRead more

Ludlow Masterplan

In 1918, the WA Government passed the Forests ACT and established the No. 1 and No. 2 State forests at Ludlow. The first forestry school was established at Ludlow in 1921 by the then Conservator ofRead more

Kleenheat grant

Our group has received a community grant from Kleenheat to provide assistance to schools participating in the 2022 tuart forest planting. The grant is from their A Healthy Planet category – helpiRead more

RIO Tinto funding

Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group welcome Rio Tinto grant funding in support in the restoration of the heritage listed Ludlow District forestry office. The building will be used to provideRead more

Member CRM

We have implemented a membership Customer Relationship Management (CRM) application to help us engage with our 600+ members. The application will integrate with our website and accounting applicationRead more

Bendigo Bank sponsorship

The Bendigo Bank have kindly sponsored $3,000 of tuart seedings for the 2021 planting season. In addition, they produced a video about our cause and the engagement of school students. We appreciate Read more

Doral support

Doral Mineral Sands Pty Ltd provided support to our group for the renovation of the administration facilities at the entrance of the Ludlow forestry settlement mill compound. Thanks to Doral and ourRead more

Communities Environment Program Grant

Friday 4 June 2021, 25 staff from the Mary McKillop College and 10 Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group volunteers planted 2,500 native plants between the Tuart and Ludlow Road, North bridges on theRead more

Nola Marino and Ian Telfer visit Ludlow

The Hon. Nola Marino, Member for Forrest and Ian Telfer, CEO, WA Plantation Resources met the Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group today. LTFRG President, Des Donnelly spoke to them about our 2021Read more

Shire President visits Ludlow

On the 6 December, Shire of Capel President Cr Michael Southwell officially commissioned the Ludlow North Water Project. With a generous grant of $3,649 from the Shire of Capel the Ludlow TuartRead more

Ludlow unbusy bee

On Sunday the 6th of December, our regular busy bee will take on a different form. Instead of working around the settlement, at 9 am we will be having a presentation to the shire president MichaelRead more

Water project

With a grant of $3,649 from the Shire of Capel the LTFRG was able to construct some much needed water infrastructure for Ludlow North.  The work included: Recommissioning the grit tank to improve wRead more

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