Fencing and revegetation
Reducing stock access and revegetating areas close to waterways reduces the amount of nutrients and sediments flowing through streams, rivers and estuaries.
The Regional Estuaries Initiative’s fencing and revegetation program works with local catchment groups and farmers to fence off these important areas and revegetate with native plant species.
Landowners contribute 50% of the project costs through cash and in-kind contributions.
The Regional Estuaries Initiative has completed over 60 km of fencing since the start of the program.
- Better collaborative drainage management
- Brockman Park
- Capacity building
- Catchment modelling
- Catchment monitoring and condition
- Centennial Park Wetland
- Estuary modelling
- Estuary monitoring and condition
- Fertiliser management program
- Fish Friendly Farms
- Garden fertiliser use in Leschenault Catchment
- Investment planning for catchment actions
- Phosphorus binding clay
- River health assessments
- Seagrass monitoring
- Soil amendments
- Soil Wise
- Z-Filter trial