Peter Jensen from the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust outlines the tools and techniques that have been trialed to assist the restoration Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub (ESBS) at North Head Sanctuary. The site holds nearly half of the remaining ESBS (77ha) and professional and volunteers bush regenerators have utilised three different strategies to assist restoration; regeneration resilience, thinning of over-storey vegetation and prescribed burns.
|What is Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub?||03:40|
|Case study 1 School of Artillery lawns – regeneration and resilience||05:42|
|Case study 2 Third Quarantine cemetery – thinning of overstorey vegetation||07:02|
|Case study 3 Prescribed burns – three burns totalling 4 hectares.||08.21|
|Management issues summary||10:02|
- Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub restoration and management at North Head Sanctuary, Manly
- Operational planning and logistics-introducing fire into the landscape.
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