Natural Disaster Recovery Resources
The NSW North Coast region has been hard hit by a range of natural disasters in recent times; drought, bushfires and floods have all taken a heavy toll on landscapes and livelihoods.
In the aftermath of each disaster, it’s natural for people to focus on their most urgent needs of survival and asset protection. But as time goes on, many landholders are turning their attention to restoring natural assets on their property – in other words, helping nature to recover. Below is a selection of resources to assist in this process:
General Resources for Small Landholders
Property Planning - Western Australia Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Rural Living Handbook - Page 6
BushfiresLLS bushfire resources
Restoring/planting native vegetation:
Understanding Our Soils (12 factsheets on soil):
Farm Force - Farm kids standing guard against bushfire, pests, drought and flood
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Every Bit Counts – waterways and the Marine Estate
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