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EGRCMN Projects:

Listed below are some of our current projects and a few which are now complete.

If you would viagra doses like to become involved or discuss any of them please make contact with us

Kalimna Gully

Project Name : Kalimna Gully

Funding Source: Communities for Nature

Start/ Fin:

Project Overview: This four year project aims to preserve the rainforest through the management of weeds, restoration planting, community engagement, education and storm water management. 

Download this file (IMG_6435.JPG)Erosion control structures in action[Picture shows Coir logs (made from natural fibers) placed so to reduce water velocity and therein erosive force and also to trap silt, preventing it from polluting the Gippsland lakes]4521 kB

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Gippsland Lakes Environment Fund

Project Name : Gippsland Lakes Environment Fund

Funding Source: Gippsland Lakes Environment Fund, Administered by the Gippsland Lakes Ministerial Advisory Committee. 

Start/ Fin: June 2014-July 2015

Project Overview: Over this and next year we will be engaged in actively managing several rainforest stands in the immediate vicinity of the Gippsland Lakes

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EGRCMN Deer Group

Project Name : EGRCMN Deer Group

Funding Source: Caring for our Country

Project Overview: For many years the EGRCMN has been working on deer with various other interest groups.  Funding through a Caring for our Country Grant has made possible the development and implementation of an enhanced skills training course for participants in the Australian Deer Asssociation (ADA) Gippsland Deer Management Group. The Grant is based on a partnership between the ADA, Trust for Nature and the East Gippsland Rainforest Conservation Management Network. 

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Littoral Rainforest


Project Name : Littoral Rainforest

Funding Source: Australian Federal Government

Start/ Fin: June 2012 -2018 

Project Overview: This project will improve the health and general integrity of Littoral Rainforest communities across our region.The EGRCMN is working closely with DELWP, Parks Victoria, consultants and other interested parties to develop a state wide management plan for this vegetation type which includes mapping previously -unsurveyed areas, prioritizing the development works and actively managing several littoral rainforest sites by removing weeds and controlling the impacts of feral animals such as deer. This plan is now available for download from our website at the bottom of this page.

This project will also see the engagement of local indigenous work crews to help look after and learn about these important areas (more info below).

Download this file (EG_Littoral_RF_Priorities_for_Action_2014_2019_FINAL.pdf)East Gippsland Littoral Rainforest: Priorities for action 2014-2019[The most comprehensive single collation of information on the Littoral rainforest estate in East Gippsland ever produced.]18679 kB

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Project Map

Current EGRCMN sites are indicated on the map. Note that some projects are carried out on a number of sites. For example Littoral Rainforest is present at Kalimna Gully as well as Lake Bunga West; and the Gippsland Lakes Environment Fund operates at both Goldsmiths in the forest and Clara St Rainforest.

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Project Partners

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Contact the EGRCMN

Tom Crook
EGRCMN Facilitator
156 Macleod St
Bairnsdale, Victoria 3875
Mobile: 0417 557 114
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