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Mosaic Burning

     “Why are we burning?” Rethink Australian Landscape – Mosaic Burning Managing our Native Grasslands and Country with Mosaic Burning From a traditional ecological knowledge perspective, fire is still thought of as an essential natural element for the interconnected biodiversity [...]

November 18, 2014

How Much Revegetation is Enough?

This project forms part of a pioneering trial with Deakin University and the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority. The trial aims to measure the response of fauna (birds in particular) to landscape scale restoration activities. This trial is the first [...]

February 18, 2014

Reverse the Dirt – New Innovations in Erosion Control

This project assists landholders to solve different types of erosion problems through applying the latest technology and best expertise available. The Gecko CLaN has partnered with the Department of Environment and Primary Industries to deliver the project. The project delivers [...]

January 9, 2014

Chilean Needle Grass

Chilean Needle Grass is a highly invasive weed which is having an immense impact on agriculture and biodiveristy in the Gecko CLaN region. The Gecko CLaN is currently undertaking a community awareness and education campaign to address this, made possible [...]

January 9, 2014