Council are working on a Biodiversity Biolinks Plan to map areas of native bushland in the shire and identify linkages that will provide key environmental corridors. This will increase the amount of habitat in the region and allow flora and fauna to move from place to place.
We are working in partnership with DELWP and the WGCMA, who have mapped the health and location of native vegetation in the shire. They have also identified proposed biolinks to join these areas of native bushland.
The biolinks plan will guide future revegetation and remnant protection projects and provide a strategic approach by identifying where the greatest environmental return for investment exists.
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We would like your feedback on these maps and invite you to a workshop to identify key linkages from the maps and provide advice on the opportunities and difficulties in seeing them established on the ground. There will be separate workshops for each region; Powlett, Anderson Inlet and Coastal Plains regions, Bass Valley and waterline communities and Phillip Island region workshops.
Three workshops are scheduled:
Please book into your nearest session through Bass Coast Landcare by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0356782335 or 0488399151 for. A light lunch will be served at each event, so RSVP’s are required. Please advise of dietary requirements.
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