Conservation management notes
This note outlines ways of restoring degraded native vegetation by harnessing and promoting the regeneration processes that are built into native ecosystems.
- 1 June 2011
- Office of Environment and Heritage
Publication, Management notes
Natural regeneration means allowing or assisting the bush to grow back by itself. It is the most effective and most economical way to expand patches of native vegetation and improve their condition.
Each site is different, and techniques and methods are tailored to suit the ecosystem being restored (e.g. grassland, rainforest, woodland, wetland etc), and the type of threats being managed.
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