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Australian Native Vegetation Rehabilitation Workshop

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25-26 October, 2006

Australia - Ulladulla NSW

The Australian Network for Plant Conservation, Inc presents a workshop on

Rehabilitation and management of disturbed native vegetation

Ulladulla Civic Centre, Princes Highway, Ulladulla NSW, 25-26 October 2006

Are you involved in the rehabilitation of native vegetation? Does your work-site include native vegetation that you need to manage or rehabilitate? Do you participate in local rehabilitation projects? Are you interested in reversing the decline of native plant communities in your area? Then this workshop is for you!

Workshop focus

The knowledge and skills required to undertake ecological rehabilitation and management of disturbed native vegetation.

Themes include

- Ecological principles essential to successful management and rehabilitation.
- Understanding the task (the goal for the site, planning, EEC listings and implications for rehabilitation workers, assessing site and vegetation condition, soil health and soil organisms, provenance, impacts on coastal environments, monitoring progress and ongoing management).
- Applying ecological principles (local case studies, site visits, demonstration and trialling of techniques).

For further information, program & registration form: ANPC website:

OR contact the ANPC office:
Phone: 02-6250 9509
Email: <>

Registrations close: Friday 13 October 2006.

Also, keep an eye on the website for other ANPC workshops and our National Forum in April 2007

Australian Network for Plant Conservation, Inc (ANPC)
GPO Box 1777
Canberra  ACT  2601
Ph: 02-6250 9509
Fax: 02-6250 9528
website: <

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