Schools are being offered the opportunity to get involved in a unique vegetation rehabilitation project that will benefit our community whilst giving students hands on practical knowledge of our natural environment.
GWCC is planning to link 500km of wildlife corridor, joining larger areas of habitat adjacent to pipeline routes or offset with other suitable areas. Birds, mammals, reptiles and plant seeds will be able to move freely and repopulate in the rehabilitated wildlife corridor.
Schools will be provided with the information and tools required to rehabilitate native vegetation within their corridor area. Reporting of movement data from monitored Bird and Bat boxes will ensure sustainable native fauna populations.