12071: War on Watsonia in John Forrest National Park – protecting the declared rare flora Diplolaena andrewsii

    This project is part of a larger staged project that aims to control Watsonia along Jane Brook and its tributaries in John Forrest National Park.

    46.5 ha of Watsonia will be controlled with the aim of protecting declared rare flora species Diplolaena andrewsii, which is recorded in only one other location.

    The area of control will link to upstream work being undertaken by Jane Brook Catchment Group in Hovea and Parkerville.

    Investment: $ 24 700
    Delivery organisation: Friends of John Forrest National Park
    Project duration: January 2013 - September 2013
    Location: John Forrest National Park, Hovea

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