WildEyre is composed of individuals from a variety of organisations who are interested in landscape conservation on Eyre Peninsula.
WildEyre has developed a Conservation Action Plan (CAP) for 1.2 million ha area on the West Coast of Eyre Peninsula. Conservation action planning is a process for planning, implementing and measuring the success of conservation projects that has been tested and refined over the years. The process identifies the species and ecosystems that you wish to protect; assesses their health; analyses their threats; and finally develops effective conservation strategies that allow you to measure project success.
- Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board
- Department for Environment and Water
- Greening Australia
- The Wilderness Society
- Nature Conservation Society of South Australia.
- WildEyre project map
- WildEyre Conservation Through Collaboration fact sheet
- WildEyre Prospectus which outlines the additional investment sought to meet the project goals up to 2027
- A carbon report which provides estimates of carbon sequestration rates from targeted revegetation
- A report on WildEyre which outlines the project outcomes so far
- Sheoak on calcrete EPBC listing which will help protect this vegetation community after our petitioning
What is WildEyre? Conservation through collaboration!
Planning and Assessment Officer
86 Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln