The extraordinary nature of the Great Western Woodlands

Watson, Alexander, Judd, Simon, Watson, James., Lam, Anya and Mackenzie, David (2008) The extraordinary nature of the Great Western Woodlands Perth, Australia: The Wilderness Society of WA

Author Watson, Alexander
Judd, Simon
Watson, James.
Lam, Anya
Mackenzie, David
Title of report The extraordinary nature of the Great Western Woodlands
Publication date 2008-01-01
Open Access Status Other
Publisher The Wilderness Society of WA
Place of publication Perth, Australia
Total pages 80
Language eng
Formatted abstract
This study has been undertaken to inform all those individuals, communities and organisations with an interest in the Great Western Woodlands. The authors hope the report will act as a catalyst to bring people together to discuss the central challenges that must be met if the nature of the region is to be conserved. Stakeholders include residents of local communities, Traditional Owners, local shire councils, the Western Australian and Federal Governments, mining and tourism companies, four-wheel drive clubs, apiarists, wildlife enthusiasts, conservation organisations and scientists. It is time to look more closely at the future
of the Great Western Woodlands, and to develop a comprehensive plan to protect it.
Additional Notes Link to report: https://cdn.wilderness.org.au/archive/files/the-great-western-woodlands-report.pdf

Document type: Research Report
Collection: School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
 
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