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Biodiversity

One of our main objectives is to protect, conserve and enhance our natural assets such as remnant native vegetation, wildlife and habitat corridors, Aboriginal heritage sites, rare or threatened species and ecological communities and critical habitats.  The investment in environmental health helps to:

  • Maintain a balance in water tables that enable economic agriculture to persist;
  • Allow clean water flows (locally and regionally);
  • Provide clean air; 
  • Increase soil health;
  • Provide a healthy regional environment and functioning ecosystems that support all agricultural and living systems; and
  • Provide a habitat for wildlife.  

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Biodiversity green corridor

Over the last five years, we have contributed to the revegetation of approximately 1,600 hectares and the protection of over 1,000 hectares of remnant vegetation in the MIA.

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