Involving the community in the bitou bush threat abatement plan
A number of community education programs are currently being developed. These programs will include information on:
- the impacts of bitou bush and boneseed, and the importance of the threat abatement plan;
- the identification and ecology of the priority species threatened by bitou bush invasion;
- working with threatened species, including details on permits and licences;
- coordination and training of volunteers; and
- establishing community groups at priority sites.
Details on these programs will be added to this page as they are completed.
Register of community groups
We are currently establishing a register of community groups working on bitou bush at priority sites. Please contact the bitou bush threat abatement plan coordinator to let us know about the work your group is doing.
Can you help?A list of sites needing the help of volunteers and community groups will be posted here soon
Page last updated: 26 February 2011