Learn how to restore nature on your land
Which pathway would you like to follow?
What would you like to do?
Care for what you've got
How to care for your native bush block or bush remnant. The level of established plants will determine the amount of work to do. Actions could include fencing, weed control, infill planting and predator control.
Enhance at every chance
Take every chance you can to restore nature on the farm. Restore unproductive land, edges and ungrazed areas, such as shelterbelts, races and around buildings. For marginal and steep eroding land, call in some extra expertise.
DIY steps and tips to restore streams and rivers on your land. Links to great templates, guides and videos to help you on your way.
Learn about the wet areas on your land, why they are unique, the benefits of restoring them and some tips along the way.
Fish passage and wildlife corridors
Help fish and wildlife move across your property. Steps to remove or address barriers and allow for fish and wildlife migration across the landscape.
Control weeds and predators
Tips and resources for controlling weeds and predators in rural and urban areas. This will help your native planting and wildlife thrive.