• In recognition of Earth Day, Oxford Landing’s One to One wine will increase the amount of bushland planted.
    In recognition of Earth Day, Oxford Landing’s One to One wine will increase the amount of bushland planted.

In recognition of Earth Day on 24 April, wine company Oxford Landing and environmental not-for-profit, Greenfleet, are increasing their bushland planting partnership. For every bottle of the winery's label One to One sold, Greenfleet will plant one square metre of bushland. 

Launched in 2023, the One to One collection of wines was crafted by Oxford Landing for environmentally conscious wine consumers who wanted to make a positive impact with every purchase.

A partnership with Greenfleet sees funds raised for every case of One to One wine sold being used to regenerate one square metre of native bushland. For the month of April, this will be increased significantly, with one square metre of bushland planted per bottle sold.

Since launching the One to One collection of wines in 2023, the first One to One Bushland on Dja Dja Wurrung Country in Central Victoria has been completed. Greenfleet is now working to restore a site at Ledcourt, adjacent to the northern part of the Grampians National Park in Victoria.

With some remnant native vegetation already present on the site, Greenfleet will work to restore the cleared areas and bolster the existing ecosystems with ground cover species. This project is playing an important role in restoring endangered temperate woodlands and enhancing biodiversity, while also supporting the values of Traditional Owners.

Earth Day is officially celebrated on 22nd April each year and has become a global movement dedicated to promoting environmental awareness and sustainability.

Throughout the month of April, consumers can support Earth Day by purchasing bottles of Oxford Landing's One to One wine at participating Dan Murphy’s stores around the country.

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