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Warren River Revegetation
November 23, 2016 CapeLife

Blackberries to native bush The Common Blackberry (*Rubus anglocandicans) is an invasive weed that has dominated large areas along waterways for decades. In the pristine environment of the Warren River, blackberries were a significant issue, strangling native vegetation. After the introduction of a biological control (eight European strains of the leaf-rust fungus Phragmidium violaceum) the
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Maidens Dunes Restorations
November 19, 2016 CapeLife

The rehabilitation of sand dune blow-outs in the Maidens Reserve, Bunbury over three years has been a unique project that involved meeting the needs of multiple stakeholders in both the rehabilitation of an eroded dune and the management of an invasive weed species in a wetland/road reserve. Initially contracted to undertake a dunes restoration project
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Mowen Pit Rehabilitation
Image November 15, 2016 CapeLife

Cape Life has been working with the Shire of Nannup to rehabilitate seven gravel pits that were used in the upgrading of a 32 km stretch of Mowen road in 2014. 72 kg of provenance seed was collected from 42 different species by Cape Life staff from October 2015 to April 2016. A total of
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