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  1. Data provider: Community Engaged Education Workshops about Flying Fox Habitat Restoration

    This educational project will increase awareness and build the capacity of five local government area communities across SE QLD to effectively restore roost and foraging habitat for local Flying Foxes, including the nationally vulnerable Grey-Headed Flying Fox (GHFF). Local reference groups will be formed to bring together the latest knowledge and expertise and an educational workshop will then be developed...

  2. Data provider: Restoring Gondwana: Revegetating and Protecting the Forest to Fitzgerald Macro C

    The SW Botanical Province of WA is a biodiversity hotspot with 52% plant endemism. The area between the southern forest and the Fitzgerald River NP is exceptionally biodiverse. The area has 3738 spp, whilst the NP has more mammal spp. than any other reserve in Southern WA.The Forest-Fitzgerald macro corridor project delivers on ground outcomes over 300km. It strategically builds on previous investment within Gondwana Link following key recommendations of existing plans...

  3. Data provider: Biodiversity Enhancement / SWC Biodiversity and Ironbark Marsh Boardwalk Repair

    It is estimated that the full re-vegetation of the site requires an additional 800,000 plants to be planted. The project is to assist existing volunteers by weeding 15 hectares of the site (by removing weeds from previously unplanted areas and cardboard and mulch areas where necessary) assist a volunteer nursery team to propagate up to 20,000 plants, and assist existing volunteer teams in the replanting process (wherever needed) on the site...

  4. Data provider: Central West Native Vegetation Restoration and Rehabilitation Program

    The aim of this program is to engage private and public land managers to protect and restore ecosystems across the Central West Catchment. The project will focus on a range of restoration activities, prioritising works which protect and restore EPBC Act listed matters of national environmental significance. The project will improve ecological function, resilience and diversity by supporting catchment landholders to protect, enhance and restore high conservation value (HCV) remnant...

  5. Data provider: Enhancing Urban Biodiversity at Goolwa and Strathalbyn

    This project will be delivered across the Alexandrina Council area with a focus on urban biodiversity assets within the townships of Goolwa and Strathalbyn. The Green Army will undertake restoration works at selected project sites to improve the extent and condition of two local biodiversity corridors, the Goolwa Beach Urban Biodiversity Network, and the Strathalbyn Angas River Corridor, including the Middle Creek, Dawson Creek and Burnside Creek tributaries...

  6. Data provider: Restoration of Vegetation Communities - Georges River & Botany Bay

    The Green Army will remove weeds and litter from locations on the Georges River and Botany Bay to protect the habitat of threatened animals and plants. The project will also focus on conserving Aboriginal cultural sites. Weed removal will focus on species that transform habitats, including alligator weed, arboreal vines, lantana, bitou, blackberry and prickly pear. Removing flood and tidal debris will help regenerate sensitive habitats, including mangrove vegetation...

  7. Data provider: Stage two biodiversity and habitat improvements works / Braeside Park

    Native restoration activities throughout the Braeside Park will enhance biodiversity values, protect significant species and engage the community to foster improvements and sustainably utilise the Park’s natural assets. Braeside Park is a diverse ecosystem of Red Gum Grassy Woodlands, heathland and wetlands and provides shelter for the Purple Diuris Orchid (Diuris punctata) and nationally significant migratory birds including the Latham’s Snipe.

  8. Data provider: Wetland Re-establishment and Habitat Enhancement at Strangers Paddock

    This project will undertake ecological restoration of a section of the Upper Murrumbidgee Reserve that is currently grazed but has dispersed vegetation and highly erodible soils. The project will connect and add diversity to existing isolated vegetation patches in Strangers Paddock and establish a species rich wetland around an existing dam and its immediate catchment with the aid of fencing, weed control and revegetation...

  9. Data provider: Develop bush foods and artefact site Oxley Reserve - Stage 1

    The project will protect and conserve Indigenous heritage by increasing the accessibility and sustainability of a significant Aboriginal site. The majority of sacred sites in the region are inaccessible to the public and are threatened by invasive species. Participants will control weeds, develop walking trails and propagate bush foods to support the development of an experiential learning environment for the local community.

  10. Data provider: Collaboration to the Rescue: Better Reef WQ through smart urban water management

    The project is a regional collaboration of the main urban Councils in the Great Barrier Reef catchment (Cairns, Townsville, Mackay, Rockhampton, Gladstone & Bundaberg), GBRMPA, Qld Water, LGAQ, DEHP & the GBR regional NRM bodies...