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Monitoring impacting events

Our research aim at the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan has been to understand the ecology of the woodland as it recovers from nearly two centuries of rural use, and apply this knowledge to conservation management.

Our main performance indicator has been the ongoing survival and expansion of all the native plant species present in the woodland, while reducing the abundance of exotic species. Treatments used have been ecological burning, exclosure of herbivores and weed eradication. No plantings of any species have been made.