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Title: LANDHOLDER PERCEPTIONS OF REMNANT VEGETATION ON PRIVATE LAND IN THE BOX-IRONBARK REGION OF NORTHERN VICTORIA
Authors: Curtis, Alan
Dettmann, Paul
Hamilton, Steve
Keywords: Local government
Land use
Environment
Biodiversity
Storage
Self management
Ecosystems
Wildlife
Ironbark remnants
Conservation management
Remnant vegetation
Land management
Vegetation
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2002
Abstract: The Box-Ironbark ecosystem in northern Victoria has been substantially cleared, and is not well represented in conservation reserves. Programs conducted by various agencies and community groups targeting private land remnants have been based on voluntary participation and education, and have not been successful in attracting large numbers landholders with Box-Ironbark remnants or large areas of remnant. Many areas of quality remnant of this ecosystem are thought to exist on private land, however, little is known of these remnants, the perceptions of these remnants by landholders, and how they may be managed. This project was developed to gather information on all of these questions, to identify the various landholder groups within the Box-Ironbark region, and how the conservation management of remnants on private land may be enhanced in the future by this knowledge.
URI: http://lwa.gov.au/files/products/native-vegetation-program/pr000329/pr000329.pdf
http://www.insidecotton.com/xmlui/handle/1/1730
ISBN: ISBN: 0 642 54008 X
Appears in Collections:Land and Water Australia archive

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