Victorian Volcanic Plains Conservation Management Network

Raising awareness about the value and use of native grasslands, seasonal wetlands, grassy woodlands & other ecosystems on the Victorian Volcanic Plains

Part 7. Restoring the Missing Links

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VVP Native Vegetation Management Guide

VVP Native Vegetation Management Guide

Part 7. Restoring the Missing Links – VVP Native Vegetation Management Guide

Rehabilitation of native grassy communities

Rehabilitation of a native grassland or grassy woodland may be required because of past management practices that have degraded the site, or because of more recent soil disturbance that has resulted in the loss
of indigenous vegetation and habitat. Remedies may be as simple as weed control, ecological burning, supplementary planting to restore missing species, or installing habitat features to improve the condition of a remnant. Rehabilitation can also be more complicated and involve major ground works and restoration of a whole suite of indigenous plant species into degraded sites. This brochure covers various aspects of restoring indigenous plant species into native grassy communities. …

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Restoring the Missing Links (PDF – 4 pages, 107kb)

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