This project is supported by The Central Qld Coast Landcare Network through funding from the Australian Government's Caring for our Country

Caring for our Country
 

Central Qld Coast Revegetation Project (2000 - 2003)

Main proponent:     Mackay Whitsunday RSC Group; WRICMA
Cash funding:   Natural Heritage Tru
Other proponents:   Whitsunday Shire Council
In kind funding:   Whitsunday Shire Council

Project outline:

The Central Queensland Coast Bioregion Revegetation Project was a devolved grant project designed to provide incentives to landholders for revegetation and vegetation management activities. The objectives of the project were to promote activities such as revegetation, fencing off streams from livestock and use of off-stream water points, weed control in remnant vegetation and to provide landholder training.

Project achievements and outcomes:

  • 86 revegetation projects that planted 39,800 seedlings.
  • Five weed control projects that removed weeds from 44.5 ha of native vegetation.
  • 17 fencing projects that created 34 km of fencing to protect riparian and endangered remnant ecosystems.
  • Two off-stream watering points established to protect stream banks and riparian vegetation from livestock.

Mr and Mrs Davy's property on the Proserpine River, before and after revegetation works.


 
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