Communities are pulling together and mobilising to lend a hand to their fellow Australians and to wildlife. AABR is thankful for the rapid response of our partner restoration and conservation NGOs who are contributing their specialist expertise.
We are joining the mobilisation through offering our specialist knowledge and experience in assisting the regeneration of damaged habitats.
Many of our members are trained and experienced bush regenerators aware of the capacity and limits of natural recovery from both natural disturbances and human induced impacts. We know that the burnt habitats will recover from the fires except where already compromised, particularly by weed, and we have direct experience of facilitating a successful post fire weed response in the 1994 fires in Lane Cove National Park.
The post-fire wildlife habitat regeneration funds will go towards:
- Preparing and disseminating information on post-fire regeneration of weedy habitats
- Networking with partner organisations
- Identifying priority sites for assistance to be delivered
- Seeking volunteers to offer technical guidance on bush regeneration post fire
- Reporting in our newsletter on the outcomes of the project.
Donating Time & Talent
If you are wishing to assist in ways other than a donation, please register here.
Do you need help with post-fire weed management?
If you are in need of assistance or know somewhere that does please register the location here.