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Biodiverse Agroforestry – sandalwood creating a wildlife corridor

Biodiverse Agroforestry – sandalwood creating a wildlife corridor

Gabbin, WA

  • Author: Wheatbelt NRM
  • Date Posted: Nov 10, 2014
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Project Details

Project Delivery: Wheatbelt NRM, Individual Landholder

Contact: Jo Wheeler

Ph: 96703121

Email: jwheeler@wheatbeltnrm.org.au

Website: Wheatbelt NRM Website

Start Date: 2014             End Date: 2017

Site ID: SA00313_ BA

Area (Ha): 20

 

Project Aim

This project aims to implement sandalwood agroforestry systems in a manner that encourages wildlife while maintaining production values.

 

Project Description

This site will look at using a sandalwood plantation to create a wildlife corridor within the landscape whilst maintaining its production value. The sandalwood host mix is a biodiverse mix that includes other non-host species to increase the structural diversity with the plantation.

 

Project Outputs

The biodiversity value of this site will be monitored at establishment in 2014 and again in 2017.

Project outputs will be added once the trial has been completed.

 

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