Connectivity Conservation

To ensure the survival, health and resilience of all species � including humans � we need to look at how we can rehabilitate and 'reconnect' islands of vegetation on a large scale, so a mosaic of ecosystems can exist across the landscape that can function more effectively.

Connectivity conservation is an holistic approach that uses science to identify where, why and how 'gaps' in the natural vegetation can be restored to provide more functional links in the ecosystem.

Read more in The Great Eastern Ranges Series Fact Sheet 'What is Connectivity Conservation' by clicking here to open a PDF