Grassland regional ecosystems and enroachment - V3 - fact sheet
Queensland's vegetation management framework regulates the clearing of native vegetation, and includes the prohibition of broadscale clearing of remnant vegetation. However, vegetation clearing is still allowed for certain purposes. One of the purposes for which landholders can apply is vegetation clearing to manage encroachment in grassland regional ecosystems (REs). This fact sheet explains what a grassland RE is and the process for preparing an application to clear encroachment.
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- Date published:
- 8 August 2008
- This resource is part of a series:
- Vegetation fact sheet series - V
Series of fact sheets providing information about vegetation. They include vegetation clearing and material change of use applications and guidelines, vegetation thinning and management framework, fodder harvesting and guidelines, forest practices, grassland encroachment, regional ecosystems, weed and pest management, offsets, regrowth vegetation.
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