Water for vegetation

Water for vegetation

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    New lease on life for Bottle Bend

    Black Box woodlands are bouncing back to health after environmental water provided a much-needed boost in the Bottle Bend Reserve near Mildura. A 423 hectare site, including Black Box woodland and wetland vegetation, received environmental flows during 2012 – 2014, resulting in an impressive flora and fauna response.

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    Restoring the health of Yarradda Lagoon

    Yarradda Lagoon is on the road to recovery thanks to the combined efforts of landholders and environmental water managers. Yarradda Lagoon, west of Darlington Point, is an important colonial waterbird breeding site on the Murrumbidgee River, but was hit hard by the millennium drought.

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    Murray Darling Wetlands in good hands

    Black Box woodlands are bouncing back to health after environmental water provided a much-needed boost in the Bottle Bend Reserve near Mildura. A 423 hectare site, including Black Box woodland and wetland vegetation, was earmarked for environmental flows by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH). An allocation of 1650 megalitres was delivered in 2012/13 […]

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    Environmental watering of Fletchers Creek: the value of project partnerships

    Fletchers Creek is an ephemeral creek, that when flows, empties into Fletchers Lake and is located about 7 km north-west of Dareton, in western New South Wales.
    The Murray Darling Wetlands Working Group Ltd. and the Barkindji Maraura Elders Environment Team have entered into a partnership project to deliver and monitor environmental water to Fletchers Creek.