Jewels in the landscape: managing significant native vegetation remnants - Moree
20 Nov 2012 - 8:30am
This two day workshop, run by the Australian Network for Plant Conservation, will provide participants with the skills required to plan, implement and monitor a project to manage and restore grassy woodland remnants.
Learning will be through a combination of theory presentations and field-based activities. The workshop has a particular emphasis on managing grassy woodland remnants but is relevant to the management of other vegetation types.
Topics covered include:
- ecology of grassy woodlands
- weeds and weed management in grassy woodlands
- grassy woodland restoration
- grazing for biodiversity
- planning a management and restoration project
- flora identification skills
- identifying the natural values of a site and its threats
- identifying vegetation community type
- vegetation monitoring techniques
- where to get help including an overview of funding opportunities
Download the document, "Jewels in the Landscape: Managing very high conservation value ground-layers in Box-Gum Grassy Woodlands", by Jacqui Stol and Suzanne M Prober.