Land Management Information

Land for Wildlife aims to support land holders with land management issues, such as fires, weeds and feral animals and recognition of their native landscapes within their properties or restoration of these.

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Greening Australia offers native landscape advice through initial onsite assessment and will identify landscape type features, weeds and management issues and native plant or animal species. Plant and restoration advice is available on member nursery open days (1st Friday of every month 9am- 1pm) and on the phone.

 

Workshops are run through the year to build land management skills and allow members to network with other landholders in a relaxed setting. Workshops are located on host properties of LFW members.

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Fire and weed advice and assistance with management in these areas is given and members are referred to the appropriate specialist organisation, which can assist with resources. Please see the weed and fire tabs.

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Voluntary Conservation for Top End Native landscapes

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