As part of our commitment to a healthy, natural environment, we are working to plant one million native plants in the Redlands by 2026. This ongoing program will create a network of wildlife corridors in the city.
Planting sites will be selected to ensure plants thrive and become part of an established and self-sustaining ecosystem to connect, thicken and widen wildlife corridors.
Council will grow native stock from seed collected from local conservation reserves as much as possible. The opening of the new Redlands IndigiScapes Centre nursery, next to Myhorizon at Capalaba, is expected to boost availability of locally sourced plants for this initiative.