Is your group passionate about management invasive species or are you interested in local biodiversity?
The Atlas of Living Australia is a free National citizen science mapping portal developed by the CSIRO. It that can be used to map, not only the distribution of gorse and other invasive species, but also the native biodiversity that shares the same ecosystem.
The Victorian Gorse Taskforce (VGT) would like to formally congratulate the 6 successful applicants from the recently run Expression of Interest for the opportunity to receive funding to host forums on the Atlas of Living Australia in Victoria in early 2019.
The successful groups are:
- Indigo Shire Council
- Bass Coast Landcare Network
- Hepburn Shire Council
- City of Greater Geelong
- Moorabool Catchment Landcare Group
- Southwest Environmental Alliance
With funding provided under the National Agriculture White Paper Project, the successful grant recipients have the opportunity to host a series of forums to showcase the applications of the Atlas of Living Australia in on ground operations and in strategic project planning, presented by Mr. Peter Brenton.
If you are interested in learning about an exciting, free and easy to use application that is available, please contact one of the above organisations to register your interest. It will assist in building capability, skill and confidence in employees/the community in the various applications the Atlas of Living Australia and how it can assist your local community.