BUNDALLOCH - CONSERVATION THROUGH TOTAL GRAZING CONTROL

This project is ultimately to protect the Threatened Ecological Brigalow/Belah Community of 320ha existing on Bundalloch for conservation and ground cover improvement purposes.  This will be achieved by fencing to allow for rest and graze periods to be established for this area.

Country type within the area of the project is a mixture Brigalow,Belah,Coolabah Floodout,hard and soft Mulga with areas of Sandalwood and Poplar Box.

On-ground works include clearing of a line for 4 kilometres, fencing consisting of  4 barbs and steel posts to subdivide 4400Ha containing Threatened Ecological Community for sustainable Grazing Practices. To provide water for stock in the new paddock on-gound works will also see the clearing of a line and laying of  3.5 kilometres of polypipe at SWNRM cost and  3.5 kilometres of polypipe at landholders cost. Installation of  2 storage tanks and 2 troughs will also be at landholders cost.

South West NRM funds contributed to the project are $12,722

 

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