Bushfire Recovery for Wildlife and Habitat Community Grants Project

This project has finished

This project started on 1 Jan 2020 and finished 1 Dec 2022

Project description

This program enabled the Swifts Creek Ensay Landcare Group members within the Tambo Crossing and Battle Point areas, conduct a weed control program, develop flora and fauna resources and hold community field days, to support the recovery of the community and environment, following the 2019-2020 Black Summer Bushfires.

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Key contact

Swifts Creek Ensay Landcare Group

This project is part of

Swifts Creek Ensay Landcare Group

Funded by

Australian Government


Project learnings

Outcomes Outcome 1 = 272 hours of weed control. Herbicide and manual weed control 192 hrs - Inkind weed control (adjoining land holders) Blackberry was the most invasive weed, followed by Hemlock and Caper Spurge. The bushfires bared the ground in many parts of the riparian zone and the numerous...

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