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Projects Completed

Lake Warden and Lake Gore bird surveys

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

Lake Warden and Lake Gore are wetland systems of international significance (Ramsar). Due to changes in the vegetation cover and land use within the catchment, the hydrology has been altered, resulting in impacts on the wetland systems.

Land management practices on the Stokes Inlet Catchment

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project will address land management practices in the catchment by assisting farmers with providing incentives for on-ground works.

Landscape scale conservation through remnant vegetation protection on the South Coast

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project seeks to protect remnant vegetation through provision of fencing in 2010/11 for the identified priority remnant vegetation in the Western and Eastern areas of the South Coast.

Managing soil health in the eastern Fitzgerald Biosphere

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

The project will enable Ravensthorpe Agricultural Initiative Network to continue the work with the community to implement on ground works to improve sustainable farm practices and build community skills and knowledge in this area.

Managing soil health in the North Stirlings-Pallinup

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

The project will enable North Stirlings Pallinup Natural Resources to continue to work with the community to improve skills, knowledge and behaviours for achieving sustainable farming practices with a focus on improved soil management.

Managing soil health in the western Fitzgerald Biosphere

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

The project will enable the Fitzgerald Biosphere Group to continue working with the community to implement on-ground works whilst improving skills, knowledge and management towards achieving sustainable farming practices with a focus on improved soil management.

Moving towards gorse eradication

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

Twenty-one ha of gorse control activities implemented across the south west of WA to meet the outcomes documented in the Gorse Strategic Plan 2010-2020.

Protecting Ramsar wetlands Lake Warden and Lake Gore

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project aims to address agricultural practices over 195.5 ha of agricultural land in the catchments of the Lake Warden and Lake Gore Ramsar wetlands.

Protecting Ramsar wetlands Lake Warden and Lake Gore - phase 3

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project aims to address agricultural practices over 342 hectares of land in the catchments of the Lake Warden and Lake Gore Ramsar wetlands.

Reconnected Country: Building wildlife corridors from Forest to Stirlings

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This Wildlife Corridor project proposal delivers on the Australian Government’s Green Corridors Plan in the South Coast region. It will increase the resilience of our environment to climate change by addressing threats including fragmentation, weeds and feral animals.

Reconnected country: Building wildlife corridors from Stirlings to Porongurups

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This Wildlife Corridor Project proposal delivers on the Australian Government’s Green Corridors Plan in the South Coast region of Western Australia. It will increase the resilience of our environment to climate change by addressing threats including fragmentation, weeds and feral animals.

Reconnected Country: Dieback Component

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This Wildlife Corridor Project proposal delivers on the Australian Government’s Green Corridors Plan in the South Coast region of Western Australia. It will increase the resilience of our environment to climate change by addressing threats including fragmentation, weeds and feral animals. This project in particular will deliver engagement and control mechanisms to mitigate the spread of dieback during implementation of activities to address fragmentation, weeds and feral animals.

Red Card for Fox and Rabbit

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

This project will reduce or manage the impacts of rabbits and foxes to maintain or improve sustainable practice outcomes through the implementation of coordinated on-ground works across the South Coast region.

Reducing the impact of feral cats on EPBC-listed Threatened Species on the South Coast

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

Predation by feral cats on Australian faunal species is listed as a key threatening process under the EPBC Act and is one of the most serious impacts on our natural biodiversity. Feral cats are able to colonise a wide range of habitat and eat a wide range of prey and can survive with limited access to drinking water (TAB 2008).

Reducing the Impact of Soil Acidity in the Boxwood Hill area

Project Completed before: June 30, 2013

The objective of this project is to sample soil on three properties in the Boxwood Hill area of the South Coast NRM region and measure soil acidity at 0-10 cm, 10-20 cm and 20-30 cm.

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