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Natural resources projects leave a lasting local impact

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Over the past five years, the South East Natural Resources Management Board and Natural Resources South East have been delivering important environmental projects funded by the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.

These projects are now complete, and SE NRM Board Presiding Member Fiona Rasheed said each has had a significant impact on the community and the region’s natural resources.

“The lasting effect of each of these projects is invaluable,” Ms Rasheed said.

“Although these projects have ended, we have a range of resources available such as factsheets and case studies to assist in these areas.”

The completed projects include Coordinate NRM Incentives - Bucks for Bush, Defeating the Weed Menace, Restoring Under-represented Ecological Communities, Land Management Advice, Herbivore Threat Abatement, Recovering Habitats for Threatened Species, Limestone Coastwatchers, and the Regional Landcare Facilitator.

“We’ve had productive collaborations with local landholders, industry organisations and volunteer groups and made great connections along the way.”

“Over the next few weeks we’ll be sharing some of these stories. Keep an eye out on the Natural Resources South East website, Facebook and Instagram for updates.”

For more information contact Natural Resources South East 8735 1177.

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