Links & Acknowlegements
Revegetation information, plant species identification and growing information
Greening Australia www.greeningaustralia.org.au
Australian Native Plants Society www.anpsa.org.au
The Understory Network www.understorey-network.org.au
Goulburn Broken Revegetation Guide www.gbcma.vic.gov.au/revegetation/1/index5.html
Or, simply plug ‘revegetation guide’ or the scientific name of any plant into your web browser and see what comes up. There is a veritable cornucopia of images and advice out there to discover.
For those with a desire to delve deeper
Biodiversity Interactive Maps. A clickable map that allows you to drill down to the property level and identify your EVC. Also endangered plants and animals, planning overlays, fire history etc.
Threatened Flora and Fauna Act and seed collection permit details
http://www.depi.vic.gov.au/environment-and-wildlife/forms-for-wildlife-national-parks-and-the-flora-and-fauna-guarantee-act › … › Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988
Additional Links you may wish to explore
The Tree Project www.treeproject.org.au
Revegetation Planting Standards - Guidelines for establishing native vegetation
A guide to establishing Native Vegetation in Victoria a revegetation Techniques manual. Enter Revegetation Techniques - Greening Australia into your search engine.
Thank you to Wellington Shire Council www.wellington.vic.gov.au for providing a grant for the development of this project and to Hedley Range Services www.hedleyrangeservices.com.au for providing such a generous prize to our Botanical Art Exhibition.
Thank you also to all of the artists who entered our Botanical Exhibition and gave us permission to use their works of art on this web site. We have been very fortunate indeed. A special thank you to Kelly Just for the use of her fabulous Acacia melanosylon illustration used in the page headers.
In addition, DELWP, Goulburn Broken Revegetation, Greening Australia and DEPI have all been very kind in allowing us to reproduce a variety of information from their archives. It is much appreciated.
Finally, we would like to thank Bronwyn Johnson (Woodside Landcare Group) for her tireless work in developing this excellent resource for our network, Helga Binder (Albert River Landcare Group) for masterminding how it looks and John McClumpha (Binginwarri Landcare Group) for his outstanding IT support.
You will find something more in woods than in books. Trees and stones will teach you that which you can never learn from masters.