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Sheoak Grassy Woodlands
Large Scale Restoration of Sheoak Grassy Woodlands Market Based Instrument Development for the Large Scale Restoration of Sheoak Grassy Woodlands Market based instruments (MBI’s) are increasingly being used as a tool for supporting landholder participate in conservation. MBI’s come in many forms, can be very structured and formal and have various levels of success. The...
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Native Vegetation Council Research Grant DENR was awarded a research grant from the Native Vegetation Council’s Research Grants Program, entitled “Investigations into landholder attitudes and the feasibility of incentive schemes for large-scale restoration of the State Vulnerable Drooping Sheoak (Allocasuarina verticillata) Grassy Woodland Communities on Eyre Peninsula.” This project involved conducting a targeted survey of...
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Reversing the Decline of Sheoak Grassy Woodlands on Eyre Peninsula Drooping Sheoak (Allocasuarina verticillata) Grassy Woodlands on western Eyre Peninsula are among the most highly cleared and degraded vegetation community of any region of South Australia. Intensive grazing along with the introduction of rabbits and clearance for agriculture has led to a dramatic decline in...
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WildEyre bird surveys Staff and volunteers from the Nature Conservation Society of SA (NCSSA) have conducted bird surveys in the WildEyre region of Eyre Peninsula. Baseline information on birds was collected across four priority vegetation communities – Sheoak Grassy Woodland, Native Pine & Mallee Box woodland, Red Gum woodland and Coastal shrubland. These communities have been...
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Clean Energy Future’s Biodiversity Fund WildEyre wins funding for the future WildEyre Conservation Alliance: Implementing NatureLinks across Eyre Peninsula Background WildEyre was successful in attracting a $4.7 million dollar grant from the Australian Government’s Clean Energy Future’s Biodiversity Fund program in 2012. Aimed at funding activities for the next 5-6 years, this project is a...
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