Better management of our native forests is needed: Howitt Society

The Howitt Society says the lack of mild burning promotes robust invasive and exotic plants which provide food and shelter for feral herbivores, at the expense of native animals.

Better management of our native forests is needed: Howitt Society

Biodiversity in forests declines as fuel loads increase, a result of long-term mild burning no longer being used to manage ecosystem health in Victoria’s native forests, according to the Howitt Society.


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