Grow West’s is on its way of meeting its long term vision of rehabilitating 10,000 hectares by working with local landholders, government and corporate organisations.

The Grow West program has generated over $4 million dollars of Government and corporate sponsorship since 2003. These funds have been used to carry out on-ground works on over 1,700 hectares, resulting in significant landscape change across the region.

Grow West projects are continually transforming the landscape – turning rabbit and weed infested wastelands into beautifully treed landscapes; perfect habitat for many native birds and mammals.

To continue this landscape change process we need your support. If you are a landholder or corporate organisation who values land productivity and sustainable resource use, then Grow West wants to partner with you. Grow West can tailor a land management project that meets your needs and aspirations and that helps you attain your environmental goals.

By becoming involved in Grow West, landholders have access to:

  • Assistance to plan and implement a land restoration project
  • Project planning through aerial photo interpretation
  • Funding to carry out approved projects
  • Links to complimentary schemes such as Melbourne Water’s Stream Frontage Management Program
  • Educational workshops and field days

By investing in Grow West, a partner can enjoy:

  • Tangible on ground results for their investment.
  • Profile for their investment and green credibility.
  • Staff involvement in planting days and other field-based activities
  • A practical demonstration of corporate social responsibility and leadership within their industry and for the community.
  • Links to complimentary schemes
  • Grow West adopts a flexible approach to investment and is able to consider the individual needs of all prospective partners.

Landholders interested in Grow West, contact the Environmental Projects Coordinator on 03 9971 6502 or email enquiries@ppwcma.vic.gov.au

Businesses interested in Grow West, contact the Environmental Projects Manager, Stephen Thuan on 03 8781 7921.