Protect and Enhance Native Remnant Vegetation

Old remnant trees, whether standing alone in the paddock or standing in a patch of bush, provide a range of important benefits to local wildlife, and they provide a range of other benefits to landholders, some of which have a positive effect on farm productivity.

Click here to view the landcare field guide Protect and Enhance Native Remnant Vegetation.

This guide is just one in a series of practical guides for implementing on-ground landcare. These guides were originally published in the printed form, as an A4 trifold, and are now available on the Landcare Share Centre for downloading, and printing if required.

Why Neerim and District Landcare Group  developed this resource:

This resource was developed to increase land manager awarness of the sort of projects they might look to undertake on their own properties to improve land management and biodiversity outcomes. It has been included in landowner welcome packs and is made available as a handout at local events.

Source material is available so groups can edit and print their own modified version:

For groups that would like to re-brand and issue their own version the original Publisher files are available by contacting Turn on Javascript! of the Neerim and District Landcare Group.

The list of resources developed in the series include:

The Landcare Share Centre is grassroots Landcare supporting grassroots Landcare

The Share Centre is a service provided by Landcare Victoria Incorporated (LVI)