On Tuesday 12th November members of the ACT NRM team, Greening Australia, Molonglo Conservation Group and rural landholders joined Minister Gentleman to launch the ACT Native Woodland Conservation Strategy on Amberley Farm near Kambah Pool, Murrumbidgee Corridor.
The Minister highlighted that the Strategy demonstrates the Government’s intentions to manage threats management, continue community partnerships, safeguard threatened species, enhance ecosystem function and undertake monitoring and research.
The on-farm location provided a superb opportunity to promote collaborations with the rural community. Greening Australia representative Graham Fifield spoke about work already undertaken on Amberley farm under the Protecting and Connecting Box-Gum Woodlands in the ACT project. ACT NRM are responsible for delivering this five-year project funded by the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.
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