Technical Tips

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Bushcare is activity by community-based volunteers assisted by government (often local government) and non-government organisations working to rehabilitate and preserve bushland.

working with the community to increase public involvement in weed management, education and awareness projects.

Technical Tips

Guidelines for Monitoring a Bushcare Project
Community Rapid Assessment and Monitoring (CRAM) guidelines - web site hosted by Australian Association of Bush Regenerators (AABR)

Native Vegetation: A guide to research and resources
Technical guide on Greening Australia web site

The Australian Native Plant Guide
The Australian Native Plant Guide, developed by Tim Langdon of EcoVoice and Dr. Peter Yau, is an interactive resource for the nature lover and gardening enthusiast. This program enables users to download factsheets about hundreds of Australian native plants as well as add new species or delete species that are not required for your personal database.

New South Wales Organisations

Conserving biodiversity in NSW
NSW Department of Environment and Climate Change Biodiversity entry point

Native Plants

Australian Native Plants Society
The Australian Native Plants Society is the peak body for affiliated state-based societies to promote growing of Australian native plants.

Flora for Fauna - choosing plants to attract wildlife
Choosing Plants to Attract Wildlife

Florabank recognises and shares the best available knowledge from research and practice in native species seed management.

How to Propagate Australian Plants
Australian National Botanic Gardens gudie to propagating native plants

Indigenous Flora and Fauna Association
The Indigenous Flora and Fauna Association (IFFA) is dedicated to the future of the Australian flora and fauna, whether in habitats of world heritage quality or in the urban back yard.

Local Provenance (ASGAP)
Guide to Local Provenance and why it is important