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 utilised innovative mechanical techniques to achieve successional transition illustrated in a very impressive recovery wheel.
|Background to project||0:47|
|Assisted regeneration, succession||2:15|
|Converting Camphor stands||2:53|
|Converting Lantana thickets||3:26|
|Natural recovery trajectory||5:07|
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Read More – Links
- Subtropical rainforest restoration at the Rous Water Rainforest Reserve, Rocky Creek Dam, 1983-2016
- Information Sheet #13- Rous County Council Rainforest Reserve
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