Protecting, enhancing and increasing the amount of native vegetation in the Conimbla (near Cowra), Dananbilla (near Young) and the Condobolin focus landscape areas.
Creating community engagement to establish small clusters of paddock trees and develop biodiversity conservation plans to identify revegetation sites for future investments.
The Wetlands on Farms program run by I&I NSW with support from the Lachlan CMA, aims to encourage landholders in the Lachlan Catchment to become involved in the sustainable management of wetlands on their properties through the development of Wetland Management Plans.
The Wetland Management program aims to assist participating land managers in the implementation of Wetland Management Plans developed under the Wetlands on Farms and other similar programs managed by the Lachlan CMA.
Funding of on-ground works utilising different treatment methods to control Invasive Native Scrub (INS). In addition, training was provided, focusing on grazing management post INS treatment, to slow, if not prevent re-invasion of INS.
This project will achieve progress toward an increase in the Travelling Stock Route reserve system in the Lachlan Catchment with improvement of management in these reserves.
This project is an on-going external contract to assess the biodiversity value of Travelling Stock Routes (TSRs) and develop management agreements for high conservation value sites.
Working together the Boorowa River Recovery project partners engage the community and encourage co-investment in targeted works and education, to improve water quality and biodiversity in the Boorowa River Catchment.
The project aims to engage the local Onerwal Aboriginal community in natural and cultural resource management issues on "Flakene Creek" Boorowa.
Implementing Carp control activities in the Lachlan catchment, to restore high quality habitat and promote native fish recruitment, building their resilience to the impacts of the Carp population.
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