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Protection of the Lower Ord Floodplain Ramsar Site

The aim of the project is to protect the unique character of the Ramsar site through on-ground activities for the control and monitoring of Declared Weeds and Weeds of National Significance (WoNS) including Parkinsonia, Noogoora Burr and Bellyache Bush over 30,108Ha to protect a larger area of 141, 453Ha.

In addition, land management activities will be undertaken to limit threatening process from un-checked public access, erosion and stock intrusion through improved boundary management.

Partners

Department of Environment and Conservation

More information

Allan Thomson, DEC and Volker Mischker, Program Manager (Kimberley), Rangelands NRM

(PJ10602)