Publication Date

1999

Document Type

Report

DAFWA Collections

Natural resources

Publisher

Department of Agriculture

City

Perth

Abstract

During May 1999, an evaluation on the Agriculture Western Australia (AGWEST) Revegetation Monitoring Activity was undertaken. The evaluation was designed to track how the Land Conservation District Committees (LCDCs) in the Peel Harvey Catchment utilised the AGWEST Revegetation Monitoring Activity, and to determine if AGWEST's objectives of the project were being met It also gave the community a chance to provide feedback on their experiences with the Monitoring Activity, and suggest future changes

The survey concluded that the AGWEST Revegetation Monitoring Activity was used by LCDCs as a valuable tool for recording, monitoring and planning landcare projects. However, the process for obtaining information from the LCDC/Landcare groups and the support provided by AGWEST needs refinement.

This report will look at the results of the survey and put forward recommendations which aim at improving the AGWEST Revegetation Monitoring Activity in the future.

Number of Pages

10

Keywords

Revegetation, Coolup Land Conservation District (W.A.), Serpentine region (W.A.), Western Australia, Peel Harvey catchment (W.A.), Harvey River region (W.A.), Dandalup region (W.A.), Murray River region (W.A.), Jarrahdale region (W.A.)

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