Martin Driver’s 5000ha grazing property has been in the family for many years. Martin outlines the transformations that have occurred as a result of fencing, the resilience of the landscape and the lessons he has learned in managing the land for grazing, protection of endangered plant communities and environmental outcomes. The talk is presented within the context of the National Restoration Standards.
|Location, property size||00:27|
|Learning process, legacy of no reference community||01:00|
|Reference sites, reference areas, knowledge base||02:23|
|Plans, management zones, long term vision||03:28|
|Grazing as a management tool||04:30|
|Photopoints of 1st fencing /stock exclusion site||05:35|
|Site resilience- root suckering as aregeneration techniques||07:04|
|Regeneration & Restoration since fencing||08:10|
|Direct seeding and supplementary planting||09:15|
|Resilience- self sustaining systems||09:50|
|Long term restoration learnings||11:32|
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