We need project sites for revegetation.
GWLAP are looking for areas of land for revegetation for projects funded through the Australian Government’s 20 Million Trees Programme as well as sites suitable for other programs.
If you wish to plant revegetation on your property, there is now an opportunity to have a range of local indigenous species established with funding assistance. The project uses best practice methods with follow-up weed control. All works are undertaken in full consultation with the property owner.
Ideally, we are looking for sites greater than 10Ha in size for this project and are not restricted by location. The best sites will be connected to existing vegetation or revegetation sites to gain maximum ecological benefits from the plantings.
GWLAP has a track record of delivering highly successful revegetation projects and work to make the process as straightforward as possible for the landholder while including them in decision making as much as possible. For more information please contact GWLAP on 8536 5600 or email@example.com and one of our project staff will be happy to answer any questions. Alternatively you can download an expression of interest form and email to the above address.
Other project sites and ideas are needed too
We would also like to hear from you if you have smaller sites suitable for revegetation, or are interested in other kinds of land management projects. The types of projects might include (but are not restricted to) the following:
- Watercourses that require revegetation, woody weed control, fencing or the establishment of alternative watering points.
- Areas of bushland for rehabilitation which may involve pest animal control, weed control or fencing.
- Establishment of paddock trees.
- Introducing understorey to degraded woodlands.
These project ideas might not be eligible for funding straight away but will be compiled to be put forward in future funding applications.
Please use this form to outline your project ideas and send to firstname.lastname@example.org or return to the Strathalbyn Natural Resource Centre or call 8536 5600 to talk to one of our project officers.
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