Weeds are one of the most serious threats to Australia's biodiversity and getting worse as new invaders arrive and existing ones spread. The Paddy Pallin Foundation is supporting weed campaigners, bush regenerators and landholders who are tackling environmental weeds on their properties through several programs.
Invasive Species Council
The Paddy Pallin Foundation is supporting the Invasive Species Council to campaign for better and prevention-focused laws and policies.
The Invasive Species Council with the support of the Paddy Pallin Foundation has published the document Stopping NSW's Creeping Peril, as part of its campaign, Stopping NSW's Weed Crisis. To read further click here.
Paddy Pallin Reserve Bush Regeneration
The Paddy Pallin Foundation supports the bush regeneration of Paddy Pallin Reserve, Lindfield, a bushland reserve of Ku-ring-gai Municipal Council. There is further information on this site here.
Environmental Weeds in the Minnamurra River Catchment, in the Illawarra region of NSW
The Paddy Pallin Foundation has entered into an agreement with the Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority to start a program to work with local landholders and Kiama Municipal Council. The aim of the program is to manage and hopefully remove environmental weeds in the Minnamurra River catchment that are threatening Endangered Ecological Communities within the catchment.
Further information will be available soon.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 19:44|
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Applications for 2010 are now closed. Late applications will not be considered.