Parkes T., Delaney M., Dunphy M., Woodford R., Bower H., Bower S., Bailey D., Joseph R., Ford J., Nagle J., Roberts T., Lymburner S. and McDonald T. Big Scrub: A cleared landscape in transition back to forest? Ecological Restoration & Management 2012; 13(3), 212–223.
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Great news–Big Scrub Landcare has just been awarded its eighth back-to-back grant from the NSW Environmental Trust. The grant of $100,000 for our project entitled Rehabilitating Border Ranges Endangered Lowland Rainforst will finance 250 days of on-ground weed control and monitoring as part of our long-term program to manage threats to biodiversity in remnants[…]
Each year BSRLG and sponsors host the Big Scrub Rainforest Day.
It is in these relicts of the Big Scrub rainforest that we can see Australia’s Gondwanan inheritance (White, 1986). The Australian rainforests contain many primitive flowering plants. As most rainforest remnants are less than five hectares in area, they are subject to weed invasion, the impact of cattle grazing and other human disturbances (BSRLG,1998). The[…]
The original Shield volcano of Mount Warning that ceased to erupt about 20 million years ago was over 2 km high. This enormous mountain attracted moist air from the coast resulting in a high rainfall. Over time the water forming streams and rivers carved out a caldera. Much of the volcanic rock basalt from the[…]