12055: Jam Patch protection project
Jam Patch is one of a few remaining bush land sites in the shire of Lake Grace.
At 202 hectares, it represents a significant amount of relatively untouched bushland and is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna.
The area is well used by the surrounding community.
This project will help protect the bushland by:
- planning and creating formal walk trails for visitors
- removing, repairing and improving existing infrastructure
- providing educational information about the area
A comprehensive register of local flora and fauna in Jam Patch will also be created and a friends-group 'Friends of the Jam Patch' will be formed to assist with on-ground works and ongoing management of the site.
|Investment:||$ 40 250|
|Delivery organisation:||Lake Grace Land Conservation District Committee|
|Project duration:||December 2012 - December 2014|
|Location:||Reserve number 23881, Williams location 10983, Kuender Road, North Lake Grace WA 6353|