Biodiversity on Farm

The 'Biodiversity on Farm' project will support and undertake actions that will actively manage and enhance priority terrestrial vegetation and ecological communities and reduce threats to significant species. The activities will provide financial and technical information to community groups and landholders to increase connectivity and condition of native vegetation within priority areas.

Activities will be undertaken on private land through the implementation of an integrated management package which will provide financial and technical support to landholders to improve their management actions. On-ground works may include strategic grazing (either through fencing and/or changed land management practices); direct seeding or planting of native canopy, midstory and understorey species in corridors; invasive plant and pest animal control; habitat augmentation; water infrastructure improvements for grazing management and cultural heritage site management.


Kyra Roach - Senior Land Services Officer

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