Project Description

Professional bush regenerators have restored high conservation value ecosystems on three properties protected by Nature Conservation Trust (NCT) Trust Agreements (conservation agreements). Habitat for threatened flora and fauna, and endangered ecological communities was threatened by weeds. At Limpinwood lowland rainforest, key habitats and wildlife corridors were impacted by vine weeds and woody weeds. At Chillingham maidera vine, lantana, coral berry and devils figs were threatening lowland rainforest and wet schlerophyll forest in a wildlife corridor. At Uki riparian rainforest and wet sclerophyll forest was being degraded by camphor laurel, lantana, ochna and privet. All landholders are committed to biodiversity conservation. A partnership between NCT, Envite Environment and landholders, involved community education, restoring habitat for threatened flora, fauna and ecosystems.

This project has been assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.