Strath Creek Biodiversity Project
This was a two-year project run by the Strath Creek Landcare Group and funded by an Australian Government grant. The project began in August 2012 with the aims of:
protecting areas of good quality remnant indigenous vegetation,
managing grazing on steep hill country to promote natural regeneration,
protecting and revegetating further areas of steep hill country
developing local demonstration sites
investigating the potential for biodiverse and sustainable carbon farming
controlling pest plants and animals that reduce biodiversity values.
The activities and progress of the project can be viewed on the website, and a complete summary of the project is provided in a booklet available as a pdf here.