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February 4, 2002

Coordination

There are lots of projects in the Tyagarah area, Dianne drew attention to the need to co-ordinate the different regeneration projects we are aware of so that for example wildlife corridors can be joined, and resources shared where appropriate. In particular we know of:


  • Lisa's funding for landcare on her site.
  • Gondwana has a lot of the fig trees (from council) and has been considering planting along Grays Lane, but wants to coordinate around fire and wildlife/road concerns. It was suggested that 8 or 10 are planted among the first row of trees behind Gondwana's fence, leaving room for slashing to continue along Grays Lane verges.
  • Gondwana has funds for a small creekside regeneration project.
  • TSCA has funds from council for tree planting.

We have a good map from council showing likely revegetation areas, and potential wildlife corridors. Dianne will organize a meeting with at least Lisa, Bela, Isabelle, Kat, Bev and others who are interested.

Posted at February 4, 2002 12:00 AM

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