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Strengthen Existing & Establish Additional Populations of Endangered Eucalyptus Conglomerata.

This project aims to strengthen the resilience of known Swamp Stringybark populations and individual trees in Noosa and Tewantin National Parks, Reserves and Noosa Council Reserves, by hand weeding invasive weeds from around the trees and their immediate water catchment. This project will also propagate local providence seed to establish new populations of endangered Swamp Stringybark.
Recipient
Noosa Bush Beach and Creek Care, Noosa Integrated Catchment Association Inc
Amount allocated
$16,587.00
Category
Protecting Queensland's Threatened Species
Round
3
Activity
Weeding and revegetation
LGA
Noosa Shire Council
Licence
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Last updated
9 July 2019
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