Identify areas for biodiversity management on my farm

Remnant Box Gum Grass Woodlands
Remnant Box Gum Grass Woodlands

The wheat–sheep belt of NSW is a productive agricultural region. However, it is also a region in which native vegetation has been fragmented, degraded or lost. Appropriate management of the remaining native vegetation on farms, while still maintaining the most productive areas for driving profitability, is vital for the conservation of biodiversity in these landscapes. The challenge is to assist producers to identify on-farm areas that may be suitable for conservation.

Research conducted as part of the Tamworth EverGraze Proof Site demonstrated that conservation of Box Gum Grassy Woodlands on the North West Slopes of NSW is best achieved through on-farm management of high quality remnant patches. Findings and recommendations from this study were developed into:

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