The Stepping Stones project has been working with the Mathesons to remove lantana and other weeds and plant a series of stepping stones on their 18ha Black Hill Property. They have also nominated their place as Land for Wildlife. This property is part of the Lower Hunter Green Corridor and is providing key links from in tact vegetation to the south to other patches to the north. Even the Llamas are in on the action. Emma, Kara, James and Milly with Gabe Anderson and two of their Llams, Archer and Elvis support the GER project. They run Llamas on their property to reduce the impact on the soil and ground cover. They have de-stocked 4 hectares including 2 ha of subtropical rainforest and with help from the GER Stepping Stones project are restoring it.
- The Mathesons - Proud Supporters of the GER The Mathesons - Proud Supporters of the GER
- Even Llamas are in on the action Even Llamas are in on the action
- Gabe Anderson and Kara Matheson Gabe Anderson and Kara Matheson
- Gabe Anderson and Kara at Black Hill in the Lower Hunter Green Corridor Gabe Anderson and Kara at Black Hill in the Lower Hunter Green Corridor