CUNNYANNA - CONSERVATION OF THREATENED ECOLOGICAL COMMUNITY

This project will be to fence and provide watering points for protection and conservation purposes.  6.75 kilometres of 4 barb fencing will subdivide 2797ha containing 652 ha of brigalow/belah threatened ecological community for conservation and sustainable grazing practices.  This large area will be subdivided with fencing into two smaller paddocks to allow for controlled grazing through rest and graze periods with optimum stocking density matched to carrying capacity rates. This will result in improved ground cover. Control of watering points through the installation of 2 tanks and 4 troughs is essential to shut off waters from kangaroos when paddock is resting. South West NRM Funds contributed to this project are $20438.00

 

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