South West Victoria Biolinks: Creating biodiverse carbon sinks
Strathdownie, Victoria

Location:
Strathdownie, Victoria
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Departs from:
Warrnambool Backpackers. 1 Stanley Street, Warrnambool
Departure time:
8am

Come and help us restore vegeation links!

The Glenelg Bioregion in South West Victoria is one of only 15 nationally recognised ‘Biodiversity Hotpots’ and is within Zone 1 of the Habitat 141 corridor. While there are large sections of high conservation value native vegetation secured through numerous parks and reserves, the vegetation is often fragmented, especially across private land.This six year project will result in significant, cost-effective biodiversity gains through the creation of biodiverse carbon sinks. More specifically it will work with a range of regional partners in five 'Biolinks' to reconnect 680 ha of key habitat, improve the resilience of 1,108 ha of existing habitat and control pest plants and animals on 2,126 ha on both private and public land.

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For more information, or for help with your booking, please contact the Warrnambool office on 03 5564 2619 or email Warrnambool@cva.org.au