Lessons learnt from habitat restoration in the Murray Catchment

For three decades native vegetation restoration and conservation works have been ongoing in the South West Slopes of NSWs Murray Catchment. Monitoring by researchers from ANU, in conjunction with the Murray CMA, showed early benefits of restoration efforts to biodiversity.

Read the lessons learnt report ‘Murray Catchment habitat restoration: Lessons from landscape level research and monitoring’, for more information on the benefits of habitat restoration efforts and the direction for future work.

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