Councils undertaking ecological restoration projects have an additional suite of challenges to deal with. This presentation outlines the reality of working on-ground within a council system, how bush regeneration principles are applied under strategic parameters and the critical role and importance of volunteers in enhancing on-ground outcomes, education and leveraging funding. This video also provides snapshots of successful restoration projects on Themeda EEC, littoral rainforest and dune systems.
|Background to location||00:20|
|Basic restoration principles||01:24|
|Constraints of restoration||01:52|
|Dynamics of bush regen-disturbance||02:50|
|Northern Beaches ecosystems||03:54|
|Case Study: Porter Reserve littoral remnant||04:25|
|Strategic planning, partnerships, volunteers, stewardship||04:54|
|Case Study North Mona Vale Headland- Themeda EEC- techniques||06:30|
|Lesson learnt- communication, social and public perceptions, stakeholders||08:39|
|Benefits of longer grant funding||10:15|
|Case Study: :Mona vale basin-restoration of degraded dune||10:32|
|Thanks, dynamic dialogue of site||11:15|
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