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Projects Completed

Albany Hinterland peri-urban engagement officer soil testing program

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

Funding will allow the testing of small landholders soils so they can learn the importance of healthy soils, soils management and make sound land management decisions based on good information.

Community landcare in the eastern Fitzgerald Biosphere 2011 - 2013

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

The project will enable RAIN to work with the community to improve landscape connectivity in a productive farming environment with a focus on improving native vegetation condition. It will improve ecological connectivity by building on existing native vegetation and establishing new links informed by regional planning documents.

Conserving the Stokes Inlet catchment

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project aims to increase landscape scale connectivity in the Stokes Inlet catchment. Increasing landscape scale connectivity in the tributaries of the Stokes Inlet will focus on fencing and protection of waterways.

Cultural Connections

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project will engage and support the Noongar communities of the South Coast region in natural resource management and heritage projects, providing technical expertise as required. It will also develop and implement projects designed to protect, interpret, restore and manage cultural places; strengthen capacity and build community skills.

Cultural Connections

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project will:

• Engage and support the Aboriginal communities of the South Coast Region in natural resource management and heritage projects, providing technical expertise as required.

DEC Dieback

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project will continue to maintain and reduce the rate of decline, resulting from the spread of Phytophthora dieback of threatened ecological communities high value threatened flora populations over 260 hectares in the Stirling Range National Park.

DEC South Coast Region: Increasing native habitat through protection of EPBC species and ecological communities

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project will address key threats to EPBC listed species including; Lambertia orbifolia, Conostylis misera, Myoporum turbinatum, Lambertia echinata subsp. echinata, dibbler, Gilbert’s potoroo, western ringtail possum, quokka, noisy scrub-bird, western whipbird, Australasian bittern and the EPBC listed ecological community montane thicket of the eastern Stirling Range.

DEC Warren District: Increasing native habitat through protection of EPBC species and ecological communities

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

DEC's Warren region’s Increasing Native Habitat project will address key threats to EPBC listed species including, sunset frog; Australasian bittern, quokka, Balston’s pygmy perch and the Walpole burrowing crayfish.

Developing a small native vegetable industry based on Platysace deflexa

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

The project will concurrently address:

• Research questions around genetic variability of vegetable performance; development of scaleable propagation methodologies, and evaluation improved harvesting methodologies.

Ecological restoration at Monjebup North Fitz-Stirling

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

Bush Heritage Australia aims to set new standards for wildlife corridor restoration at scale with this project.

Enhance ecological function by beating boxthorn - cultural component

Project Completed before: June 2013

This project will engage an Aboriginal work team to target high density areas of boxthorn plants on private, government and industry owned tenure. This work team will be appointed through a fair and equitable process according to South Coast NRM’s procurement Strategy. The 200 ha of boxthorn treated by the works team will allow the connectivity of wildlife corridors through the re-establishment of native species and prevent harbour for feral pests.

Environmental weed control surrounding the Porongurup Range National Park - phase 3

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

The project will control Weeds of National Significance (blackberry) within a buffer around the Porongurup Range National Park. It will complement weed control work being carried out by the Department of Environment and Conservation inside the National Park.

Environmental weed control surrounding the Porongurup Range National Park – phase 2

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

The project will control Weeds of National Significance (blackberry) within a 5 km buffer around the Porongurup Range National Park. It will complement weed control work being carried out by the Department of Environment and Conservation inside the National Park.

Feral pig control on the western and central areas of the South Coast region

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project will implement on-ground threat abatement work, through trapping and humane disposal of pigs, to protect and enhance the Lake Muir Byenup Ramsar wetland and Boxwood Hills/Gairdner area which encompasses several nature reserves including the Maililup, Greeves Road, Pallinup, Corackerup and the Fitzgerald Biosphere Reserve.

Feral pig management at Lake Muir

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project will implement on-ground threat abatement work, through trapping and humane disposal of pigs, to protect and enhance the Lake Muir Byenup Ramsar wetland. This will be in collaboration with all key stakeholders to maximise resources and investment.

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