Search for rkid_genus group:urn:lsid:biodiversity.org.au:afd.taxon:a38442cb-d0ce-4fe2-8e44-a596e093bf6f returned 516 results.

  1. Data provider: Biodiversity Conservation / City of Mandurah / Environmental Restoration

    Key objectives of the project will be implemented via Management Plans (MPs) - including the Serpentine River Action Plan, Marlee Reserve MP, Allnut Reserve MP, Harry Perry Reserve MP and via protection of the other local reserves awaiting review of their management plans...

  2. Data provider: Howard Sand Plains - on-ground actions sustaining biodiversity and industry

    The Sandsheet Heath vegetation on the Howard Sand Plains is an NT Site of Conservation Significance, an 'at-risk' ecosystem in the Darwin coastal bioregion and is one of the 12 national priority HEVAE sites. The site is a source of sand and gravel for the construction industry and also increasingly impinged by intensifying urban growth. Weeds, fire, fertiliser, hydrological changes and recreational vehicles are additional threats...

  3. Data provider: Fire management in the arid zone for biodiversity and carbon benefits

    Without active management, fires in Australia's arid zone cover vast areas in single high intensity events, damaging biodiversity values and reducing the above ground vegetation biomass (thus depleting carbon stocks). This project will deliver a fire management program across a large area in the southern Tanami Desert that will prevent extensive, intense fires. The project will take place on Newhaven Wildlife Sanctuary...

  4. Data provider: Improving Biodiversity in Campbelltown's Threatened Ecological Communities

    The project will aim to improve and protect biodiversity within key Threatened Ecological Communities (TECs) within the Campbelltown Local Government Area (LGA) such as Cumberland Plain Woodland, Shale Sandstone Transition Forest, River Flat Eucalypt Forest and Sydney Sandstone Iron Bark Forest. This will be achieved through the control of weeds of national significance, noxious weeds, environmental weeds, removal of gross pollutant waste and revegetation activities...

  5. Data provider: Enhancing Biodiversity and Protecting Cultural Heritage - Kalyarr Group - 1

    This project involves a range of activities that aim to restore, protect and enhance the natural and cultural values of the Kalyarr Group of reserves and in doing so improve habitat for threatened species, endangered ecological communities, vegetation condition, biodiversity and connectivity...

  6. Data provider: Enhancing the Matraville Community Asset and Urban Biodiversity

    The project will increase the area of Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub in the Matraville area. The Green Army team will remove bitou bush, castor oil plants and other noxious weeds, and revegetate with native species.

  7. Data provider: Bank stabilisation and biodiversity enhancement at the River Torrens Linear Park

    The project will restore and repair a stretch of the River Torrens on the boundary between the suburbs of West Hindmarsh and Flinders Park, involving planting riparian zones for native wildlife habitat, creating a vegetation corridor, building and placing gabions in the river, planting of aquatic species, revegetation of banks for stabilisation, and planting sedges.

  8. Data provider: Protecting Oyster Harbour Catchment Biodiversity through On-ground Maintenance

    This project aims to improve the condition of existing remnant vegetation, and increase the connectivity between areas of existing vegetation through strategic weed control, revegetation, and fencing on both public, and private land. The project will also improve the amenity and educational value of a community reserve by increasing accessibility and the implementation of signs and infrastructure maintenance...

  9. Data provider: Habitat connectivity / The Yarra River Biodiversity Project / Indigenous Revegetation

    The Yarra River Biodiversity Linkages Project continues to demonstrate CouncilÍs commitment protecting and enhancing biodiversity throughout the municipality. It is a significant initiative contributing to the restoration and improved health of the Yarra River. Stage 3 of the project will incorporate weed control, indigenous revegetation and construction of recreational nodes for the community to interact with the Yarra River (that is seating and viewing areas)...

  10. Data provider: Options for improving biodiversity in the paddock in the Yarra Yarra catchment

    This project will set up 2 biodiversity corridor demonstration sites, strategically placed to address a range of environmental issues, including increasing connectivity and biodiversity, wind protection to maintain healthy soils and reduced recharge to reduce the risk of salinity...