Do you know what it takes for a successful revegetation project? The North East Catchment Management Authority (CMA) revegetation video series is now available here and on our YouTube channel.
The revegetation video series is part of the Bush for Birds project, a landscape-scale project that aims to help landowners create and improve habitat for the critically endangered Regent honeyeater and Swift parrot in north-eastern Victoria.
Link to the entire playlist on our YouTube channel here at or select from the individual videos below
Video 1 is the Introduction to see what the Revegetation Video series is all about.
In Video 2 – Planning – you will learn more about how to plan your revegetation project and get the best outcomes. Whether you have a large or small project, good planning is key to success. Proper planning ensures you will get the best results, and you will also save time and money.
Video 3 – Fencing – discusses the importance of creating exclusion zones and wildlife-friendly fencing, and it will give you some insights on fencing options that best suit your project.
Video 4 – Site Preparation – builds a case for preparing your site. Adequate weed control and soil preparation will increase the success of your revegetation efforts and reduce the maintenance requirements in future.
Video 5 – Planting – you will learn more about planting techniques and tips to improve seedlings’ survival.
Video 6 – Tree Guards – discusses guarding options and what to consider when choosing the best one available for your revegetation project.
Video 7 – Farm Dams – talks about enhanced farm dams and how they can add value to your site and revegetation project.