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.
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    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.

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