To address gaps in the impact of exotic perennial grasses on biodiversity values across native communities, a 3-year project was undertaken in partnership with the University of Wollongong.
Some exotic perennial grasses are more damaging, and these require management to reduce their impacts. This report, in 5 parts, focuses on invasion in threatened grassland and grassy woodland communities to develop tools to assist with prioritisation for management.
The first report provides an overview of the project, detailing the work undertaken and the results across the study area. The remaining 4 parts are dedicated to findings and management techniques for high-risk exotic perennial grasses in specific regions within New South Wales.
Each report includes a list of resources to assist in managing exotic perennial grasses.