Big Scrub Rainforest Landcare Group, NSW
Big Scrub Rainforest Landcare Group in NSW was formed by a group of people who were concerned about the increasing degradation of many of the Big Scrub Rainforest Remnants.
This rainforest was once the largest expanse of sub-tropical rainforest in Australia. The mission of the group is to save the Big Scrub & its magnificent biodiversity. Today, less than 1 per cent of this rainforest remains as fragmented remnants scattered over many hectares. At least 28 species of threatened flora & 22 species of threatened fauna occur in the remnants, which are of high conservation value. The long-term goal of the group is to effectively manage all the Big Scrub Remnants.
The group aims to involve the wider community in the area to raise awareness of the need to actively manage, rehabilitate & restore rainforest remnants. Overall the group has made a highly significant contribution to conserving, enhancing and connecting the remnants of the Big Scrub Rainforest, and furthering the work, to extend to the conservation of all subtropical rainforests in north-eastern NSW and south-eastern Queensland.
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