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    2017-2019 Trees on Small Farms Partnership Project

    Funds: $60,000

    Source: Northern Tablelands Local Land Services

    Native vegetation provides significant benefits for domestic livestock, native wildlife and ecosystem health... even on small farms. This project will fund smaller (<200ha) landholders in the Armidale, Guyra, Uralla and Walcha areas to plan and undertake revegetation projects that suit their individual needs, thanks to a partnership project with the Northern Tablelands Local Land Services.

    Successful applicants:

    • Revegetated using local provenance seed.
    • Planted shelter belts or wind breaks with native trees and/or shrubs.
    • Fenced to protect native vegetation.
    • Connected remnant vegetation.
    • Protected paddock trees and clump plantings.
    • Planted scattered vegetation to form landscape linkages.
    • Planted wildlife corridors and riparian buffers.
    • Improved habitat for threatened species.

    Successful applicants worked with our Agroforestry Peer Group Mentor program as part of the project.

    This project was part of the $26.5 million of Catchment Action NSW investment that Local Land Services is delivering to enable better management of our water, soil, vegetation, biodiversity and cultural heritage.

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