This North Central NVP will provide a linkage and synergy between current efforts to improve the condition of natural
resources in the region and the conservation and protection of native vegetation and biodiversity.
Endangered Species of North Central Victoria..
Caring for Country is designed as
a resource for managing small rural
properties in the Upper Loddon,
Upper Campaspe and Upper
Maribyrnong catchments. It will
help landholders manage their land
appropriately to support conservation
efforts and improve biodiversity in
Additional documentation associated with North Central Native Vegetation Plan (Appendix 15)
Ecological Burning in Box-Ironbark forests: Phase 1 - Literature Review This report comprises a literature review for the Ecological Burn Project. It focuses on the impacts of ecological burning in Box-Ironbark or similar ecosystems.
Ecological Burning in Box-Ironbark Forests: Phase 2 - Management Strategy The final report in the series of two. The Management Strategy promotes a precautionary approach in using fire as a management tool due to a lack of knowledge of Box-Ironbark fire ecology. It contains a decision framework to enable ecological burning on a site-by-site basis with some flexibility. Vegetation composition and fire history have been used to either rationalise or preclude a possible burn, with key fauna species playing an additional 'veto' role if necessary.
"Friend or Foe? A Guide to Fern-leaf Wattles in North Central Victoria". This pamphlet is about the five types of fern-leaf wattles that are commonly found in the North Central Victorian landscape. Three of these are native to our area - Silver Wattle, Late Black Wattle and Deane's Wattle. However, the two others are not native to our area and are capable of acting like weeds.
Understanding of the Ecological Function of the Wimmera Mallee through field surveys and landscape overviews.
The Wimmera Mallee Ecosystem Function Project (2005-2007) is being undertaken by the Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research (DSE) in collaboration with BCG and CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems. This project is funded by the North Central and Mallee CMA's.
Understanding of the Ecological Function of the Wimmera Mallee through field surveys focusing on stock grazing.
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