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    15007: Field Day: 10 Years of Restoration in Gondwana Link

    Gondwana Link is Australia's pre-eminent connectivity conservation project, operating across this global biodiversity hotspot in south western Australia.

    The fragmented landscape between the Stirling Range and Fitzgerald River National Parks has been the focus of intensive restoration and associated ecological monitoring efforts for over a decade.

    The field day aims, through generating a critical mass of participants on the day, to bring both the restoration fraternity and neighbours in the landscape up to date with conservation progress and learnings, to share experience and knowledge, to raise and answer questions and concerns, and to build collective understanding of and support for the connectivity enterprise in the Fitzgerald-Stirling landscape.

    Investment: $ 7 200
    In-kind contribution: $ 7 000
    Delivery organisation: Bush Heritage Australia
    Project duration: July 2016 - December 2016
    Location: Monjebup Reserve

    Project partners

    South Coast NRM

    More information

    Bush Heritage Australia

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