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Vegetation Management Plan East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve July 2010

5.4 Community involvement The community is already somewhat involved here as evidenced by revegetation activities conducted by local schools, Cradle Coast NRM and Central Coast Council. •

Community involvement should be further encouraged to conserve native vegetation and fauna habitat in the area.

News stories, field days, educational events will all help to involve and maintain community interest.

Involve local people in special events and related project activities such as bandicoot surveys, working bees, monitoring activities, etc.

Letter box drop to local residents about the management plan and include brochures like “Creeping Backyards”, “Coastal Weeds of the Cradle Coast Region” and “Grow Local”.

Interpretation signage could be installed at strategic points, eg: Dial St Reserve, Skatepark or Surfclub area, picnic area opposite Oz Rock Inn and Buttons Creek.

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East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan  

East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan 2010

East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan  

East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan 2010