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

  1. Data provider: Conserving Oyster Harbour Catchment Biodiversity through Weed Control

    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 signage and infrastructure maintenance...

  2. Data provider: YEAR 3 - Connectivity and Linkage / Monarto and Murray Bridge / Biodiversity Recovery

    Improving the condition and connectivity of habitat remaining in the Eastern Mt Lofty Ranges, Murray River and Lower Lakes. The project will contain a suite of activities such as weed and pest animal survey, planning and control, visitor needs assessments, fire management, construction of trails and pamphlets, seed collection, revegetation and promotional events. Participants will work closely with aboriginal traditional owners, NRM staff and community groups.

  3. Data provider: Reconstructing priority ecosystems in a SE Mt Lofty Ranges biodiversity hotspot - Project 2

    This project will reconstruct pre-clearance vegetation types at 2 sites comprising 20 hectares of cleared land contiguous with high value remnant vegetation in Kyeema Conservation Park. Approx 32,000 plants will be established by the community to connect areas of previous revegetation and remnant vegetation to provide vital habitat for declining woodland birds and other native flora and fauna species...

  4. Data provider: Biodiversity Connectivity Planting, Werribee Gorge and Pentland Hills, Victoria - Project 1

    This project in the Pentland Hills area northwest of Bacchus Marsh Victoria will recreate diverse habitat and biodiversity zones consistent with former vegetation communities and includes provisions for community engagement and education. Work will be completed in 2 main areas: (1) W James Whyte Island Reserve: Biodiversity and habitat improvements (15,000 plants) adjacent to Werribee Gorge State Park and along Myrniong Creek & Werribee River including the confluence of the rivers...

  5. Data provider: Supporting action to enhance heritage and biodiversity in the Castlemaine Diggings

    This project will support ten Landcare and Friends groups in the Mount Alexander Region to improve the condition of the Castlemaine Diggings National Heritage Park and neighbouring public land. Each activity will involve meeting and interacting with a local community group, whose project the team will help to achieve...

  6. Data provider: South West Collaboration for a biodiversity hotspot - Busselton Winter to Spring

    This Green Army project will deliver tangible and visible outcomes for the environment in the South West of WA, while providing participants with an interesting diversity of on-ground activities and training in valuable environmental management skills...

  7. Data provider: South West Collaboration for a biodiversity hotspot - Bunbury Winter to Spring

    This project will deliver tangible and visible outcomes for the environment in the South West of WA, while providing participants with an interesting assortment of on-ground activities and training in valuable environmental management skills. Work will centre around the proposed high profile Preston River to Ocean Regional Park, Leschenault Community Nursery, Roelands Village, Blackwood Basin Group’s Waterbird project and various works in the Bridgetown-Greenbushes area...

  8. Data provider: Increase biodiversity outcomes on the Victorian Volcanic Plains

    The project is situated on the Victorian Volcanic Plain, a national biodiversity hotspot and one of the most intensely cleared agricultural regions in Australia, with more than 25 nationally threatened flora and fauna species. The project seeks to achieve real and practical environmental outcomes through the reduction of negative impacts caused by weeds, agriculture and human practices...

  9. Data provider: Supporting the Biodiversity of Lake Wollumboola and its Catchment (Stage 1)

    Lake Wollumboola is a unique ICOLL (Intermittently Closed and Open Lake and Lagoon) on the NSW South Coast. Sitting above sea-level, the fluctuations in water level based upon rainfall, runoff, opening and evaporation, are critical to the habitat of a more than 300 fauna species and 300 plant species. The area is significant for its large numbers of shorebirds that migrate to the area throughout the year, while also playing host to a number of resident species...

  10. Data provider: Guriwal Aboriginal Bush Tucker Revitalization and Biodiversity Project Stage 1

    The Guriwal Aboriginal Bush Tucker revitalization and biodiversity project aims to enhance the relationship between a popular local walk, local Aboriginal culture and heritage, biodiversity conservation and deepening the environmental biodiversity linkages in the local area...