Seagrass Collaboration

Currently, a wealth of data on seagrass exists in various formats and is held by a multitude of stakeholders across the state. There is a need for coordination and collation of these datasets to optimise their use throughout research, monitoring and management.
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Enhancing Biodiversity & Protecting Cultural Heritage at Torrens Island Conservation

Torrens Island Conservation, located 15km north-west of Adelaide, provides important habitat for a range of native fauna species, including 69 bird species of conservation significance, as well as cultural historical importance. The Kaurna People have lived in the Torrens Island area for thousands of years, but the woodland has degraded, and regeneration is not occurring naturally due to weed burdens and past failed revegetation attempts. FNPW have awarded Friends of Torrens Island a Community Conservation Grant to help restore the woodland.
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Community Conservation Grants

FNPW's Community Conservation Grants program contributes to the protection of Australia's native species, habitats, landscapes and cultural heritage by providing funding for field projects and education programs that have a direct nature conservation outcome.
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