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Broken Hill Photo Galleries

The Albert Morris Awards and Broken Hill Regeneration Reserves Field Trip provided many memorable moments that were captured by participants and Little Gecko Media. These enduring memories can be viewed on AABR's Gallery. The Welcome Reception The Inaugural Albert Morris Award The Plant survey Calcite Street Weeding Group The Bus tour Soil Crusts

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Seed collection & production

Ross Rapmund provides a clear overview of the production requirements of a community nursery and the role a nursery can play in alleviating the impacts of population fragmentation in the landscape. This snapshot highlights the need for genetic diversity in seed stock, how that diversity is encouraged and the importance of documentation. View Ross Rapmund's [...]

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Dune-Littoral Rainforest Restoration

This video is a snapshot of the threats and restoration achievements at Wamberal Lagoon Nature Reserve on the Central Coast. Home of rare plants and the only lagoon that is surrounded by National Park in an urban setting it comes with its own unique set of human induced threats. Adaptive management quickly turned an act [...]

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Gooseberry and Hooka Islands’ recovery

This case study discusses how the key threatening process of exotic vines and scramblers and Lantana invasion were tackled on Gooseberry and Hooka Islands in Lake Illawarra. Perseverance and the Bradley methodology has seen the recovery of threatened species and the native vegetation community. View Gerard Proust's presentation. There is an ever-expanding library of regenTV [...]

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Woorim Dune Recovery Project

‘It’s as Simple as Spinifex’ is a case study on increasing community awareness to stabilize dunes by erecting a simple fence structure to control pedestrian activity and alerting the public to the issue with explanatory signage. These simple solutions provided the conditions for the natural systems to expand and stabilize the dunes. View Spencer Shaw's [...]

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Protecting paradise – Lord Howe Island

Hank and Sue Bower describe a unique assisted regeneration project that is aiming for complete eradication of vertebrate and weed species due to the isolation of Lord Howe Island. The World Heritage status and legal framework provides for unhindered access to all terrain across the island, enabling all pest populations to be targeted thanks to [...]

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Restoration of a saltmarsh community.

A concise case study outlining an offset transformation of a highly degraded saltmarsh community at Kurnell. Careful planning and extensive community education is helping to address years of degradation from vehicles and timber getting Unrestricted access to the site was curtailed by fencing. The community has been engaged around the benefits of food chain health [...]

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Native fish aquatic habitat restoration

This is an inspiring presentation that showcases a variety of strategies that were used to improve aquatic habitat. Approaches undertaken ranged from mechanical bank shaping to altering mowing practices, resnagging with whole trees to purpose built fish hotels. The detailed monitoring and commitment to community engagement has meant that the upward trajectory for in-stream restoration [...]

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Photo galleries from our events

When we're out and about there are always photos being taken and we'd like to share them. The Gallery page hosts AABR's collection of photos and will be developed in the future to accommodate case studies of Before and Afters. Here are the happy snaps  

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Subtropical rainforest restoration at the Rous Water Rainforest Reserve

An inspiring case study of a remnant in the Big Scrub area being on the full recovery trajectory for restoration. Brett Weissel chronicles Rous Water’s restoration project which utilized innovative mechanical techniques to achieve successional transition illustrated in a very impressive recovery wheel. View the video by Rous County Council's  Brett Weissel & Anthony Acret [...]

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