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    14198: Chapman River wildlife corridor community awareness and regeneration experience (CARE) project: stage two

    The Chapman regional wildlife corridor is an area of cultural and historical significance and high biodiversity value. The 664ha corridor runs from the mouth of the Chapman River east to Cutubury Nature Reserve, a distance of approximately 17 km.

    This project will deliver recommendations of local NRM strategies to protect the reserve.

    Activities include managing the impact of recreational visitors by installing gates, fencing and consolidating access trails; mapping and controlling WONS and weeds of regional significance; and revegetating degraded areas with seedlings grown from locally collected seed.

    Investment: $ 47 100
    In-kind contribution: $ 190 800
    Delivery organisation: City of Greater Geraldton
    Project duration: August 2014 - June 2016
    Location: Geraldton; Northern Agriculture

    Project partners

    Chapman River Friends; Durack Institute of Technology

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