27 August

A good revegetation project is one that integrates the native bush into the whole farm enterprise. It may rehabilitate degraded land, use native vegetation productively, or improve wildlife habitat. There is a long list of benefits to be gained from revegetating areas of your farm, these include:

  • to establish wildlife habitat;

  • to enhance biodiversity to encourage birds & pollinators, beneficial insects, & soil fauna

  • to establish buffers to protect native bush;

  • to link patches of remnant bush;

  • to establish shelterbelts for stock or crop protection

  • to establish windbreaks for erosion control;

  • to control run-off;

  • to manage problems such as salinity and waterlogging;

  • to aid in improved water holding capacity of pastures

  • and to increase the natural capital value of your property

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