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    12118: Forests to Stirling Gondwana Link: from plans to action

    Seven field trips and workshops were held to increase the skills of land managers in restoring wetlands, managing land as part of regional biodiversity, feral bee control, conservation action planning, and dieback hygiene management. Courtesy Green Skills.
    Seven field trips and workshops were held to increase the skills of land managers in restoring wetlands, managing land as part of regional biodiversity, feral bee control, conservation action planning, and dieback hygiene management. Courtesy Green Skills.

    The Forests to Stirling Gondwana Link is part of a biodiversity 'corridor' that connects forests of the south-west near Margaret River to mallee woodland in the east near Kalgoorlie.

    This project will concentrate on the area between Stirling Range National Park and the Walpole Wilderness Area, and will:

    • control weeds and dieback
    • install fencing to protect wetlands and remnant vegetation
    • map vegetation and weeds to identify priorities for immediate and future action
    • hold educational field trips and workshops.
    Investment: $ 30 000
    Delivery organisation: Green Skills Inc
    Project duration: November 2012 - December 2013
    Location: Locations between Walpole to Cranbrook

    Project partners

    Gillamii Centre; South Coast NRM; Denmark Weed Action Group; Shire of Denmark; landholders; Land for Wildlife

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