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Recreating the country : a blueprint for the design of sustainable…

by Stephen Murphy

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Challenges landholders and land managers in general to consider new ways of thinking about how we might reverse the inexorable decline and disappearance of Australian plants and animals from rural landscapes. While integrating conservation and production has become the catchcry from foresters to dairy farmers, what can be practically done? Provides the stretch goals and the blueprint for ways of adding habitat and designing more wildlife-friendly properties - the biorich plantation. Integrated with other forms of vegetation, these would aim to enrich habitat potential across rural landscapes, not just for a lifetime, but in perpetuity. Asserts we have to rethink our revegetation strategies to match the sophistication of natural design principles. At its heart are ten design principles, observed from nature, which set out to bridge the gap between farm forestry and environmental plantings and bring back the bush in rural landscapes.… (more)

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