10020: Fowler’s fencing project – linking Moresby Range and Chapman River
Landholders and agencies are partnering to protect and rehabilitate a stream connecting the Moresby Range and Chapman River wildlife corridor.
With the help of State NRM Program funding, about 2.5 km of creek will be fenced, creating a corridor that will be rehabilitated to prevent erosion and enable flora and fauna to move between these two major conservation areas.
This project is an example of individual landholders cooperating with government agencies to contribute to landscape-scale restoration.
|Investment:||$ 19 500|
|In-kind contribution:||$ 14 500|
|Other contribution:||$ 2 146|
|Delivery organisation:||City of Greater Geraldton|
|Project duration:||August 2011 - September 2012|
|Location:||The main creek runs south-southwest from the Moresby Range to Rowan Reserve, along the Chapman River wildlife corridor, 7 km from Geraldton|
Major project achievements
Land holders worked with local Government to produce a wildlife corridor between 2 reserves
Fenced creek area was widened from the original to increase wildlife corridor
Sufficient communication between valuable landholders and government agencies can successfully increase conservation efforts
Shire of Chapman Valley; Noel Fowler
City of Greater Geraldton (08) 9956 6600 or email@example.com