Summarised below are some of our past and current projects. Select the associated link for more details.
Bringing The Community Together To Tackle Threatened Species Conservation 2015 - 2016
This project includes on ground works, field trips and monitoring of several threatened species together with community involvement and education programs.
Carbon Action On The Ground 2012 - 2015
The project trialed and demonstrated innovative on-farm practices to increase the sequestration of carbon in soils through a range of innovative practices, including the use of drought tolerant perennial pastures, improved management of nitrogen fertiliser use and soil amendments and improving grazing/rotational management practices on 14 participating properties in the Gippsland plains region of Victoria.
Coastal Saltmarsh Protection Project 2009-2016
This project has protected and enhanced high priority areas of coastal vegetation (saltmarsh & mangrove communities) adjoining the RAMSAR Listed Wetlands of Corner Inlet (CI) and Nooramunga Marine and Coastal Park. An area of over 700 ha.
Port Albert Foreshore Revegetating 2014 - 2015
This project involved removal of of exotic plants along the foreshore of Port Albert and planting with indigenous plants.
Billy Creek Wetlands Revival 2014 - 2015
The Billy Creek Wetlands Revival project aims to restore and protect valuable wetland areas covering seven hectares adjacent to Billy Creek, a small tributary of the Jack & Albert River Catchment. Remnant vegetation communities to be protected include: Gippsland Plain Swamp Scrub and Swampy Riparian Woodland.
Corner Inlet's Catchment Protecting From Blackberry Encroachment 2014 - 2015
A project aimed at the removal and control of blackberries over a 1300 ha area of the corner inlet region on both private and public land.
The Botanical Gardens Revitalisation 2014 - 2015
The Yarram Community Botanical Gardens, established in 1988, are in much need of renewal. This project aims at revitalising the gardens by removal of dead limbs and trees, removal of pest plants, install two new access gates, construction of paths and beds, replanting of understorey plants, installation of water points and furniture.
What To Plant At Your Place 2014
To produce an on line guide of what indigenous plants to plant within the Network's area aimed at assisting the community in their selections for revegetation projects.
Merriman Creek Restoring the riparian habitat through community participation 2014 - 2015
A project to remove weeds and plant indigenous species along the Merriman creek to arrest bank erosion and protect the waterway which is the water supply for the township of Seaspray.
Farm Dams Crying out for wildlife 2014 - 2015
Encourage landholders to make changes to their management practices around farm dams to increase habitat for wildlife and leading to greater biodiversity.
Tiger Quoll Protection 2014
This project is aimed at restoration and protection of natural biodiversity in an area where the endangered Tiger Quoll still exists.
Mullungdung to Coast 2009 -2013
Protecting and Enhancing Biodiversity across the Giffard Plains.
Gippsland Plains Drought Tolerant Pasture Demonstration 2009 -2012
This project trialed the planting of several different types of pasture species on16 properties to determine their drought tolerant abilities and the best management practices suited to drought conditions. Testing was periodically carried out over the 3 year period in conjunction with Melbourne University.
JARR Project - commenced 2008
The Jack and Albert River Restoration project involves a series of varying work types over an area of some 65,000 hectares. For further information refer to the project website.