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Coastal vegetation

Why our sand dunes and coastal vegetation is so important! Large amounts of sand washed over #Austinmer carpark after a week of wild weather! Importance of #bushregen!

Free accommodation on Sydney's Pittwater

Fancy a weekend getaway in the bush free of charge, staying at a historic property overlooking Pittwater’s Morning Bay? Spend your free time watching the local wildlife, hiking through Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, kayaking the bays or just  relaxing in the bushland setting. 359 more words


Reconstructing Western Sydney Grassy Woodland Understorey at Hoxton Park, Sydney, NSW

By Christopher Brogan

Purpose of the project. Endeavour Energy sought to restore a small highly disturbed Cumberland Plain Woodland bushland remnant at the West Liverpool Zone Substation at Hoxton Park, to offset 12 native trees removed to facilitate construction works at their electricity substation. 455 more words

New South Wales

So what is ecological restoration anyway?

As you will become quickly aware, this blog is primarily about restoration ecology in all of its many guises. I will not only be sharing stories about my experiences but will also be looking at the latest developments and case stories from around Australia and the world, discussing various problems and issues we might encounter in our work and will be examining how climate change will affect both our ecosystems and our land management strategies. 548 more words

Ecological Restoration

Twelve years of healing: Rehabilitating a willow-infested silt flat - Revegetation

Alan Lane

Key words: weed management, National Park, headwall, instability, Salix

The site: Popes Glen Creek is a small permanent stream rising in Memorial Park, Blackheath New South Wales, Australia. 796 more words

Freshwater Aquatic

Directly transplanting of native monocots from donor areas to suitable reconstruction sites

By Edgar Freimanis

Key words: urban bushland restoration, site remediation, direct return topsoil, plant salvage, transplanting.

Introduction: As a bush regeneration contractor often working adjacent to development sites in the Sydney Region it occurred to me that plants and topsoil earmarked for destruction at a development site could be salvaged and translocated to improve results in nearby or similar restoration areas. 892 more words

New South Wales

I found the hippies

So in my previous post, Where have all the hippies gone?, after futilely straining my eyes to find a true hippy and coming up fruitless, I ended on a positive note about the hippy spirit that transcends all of the outdated and inauthentic definitions of pop culture hippy-ism. 272 more words