The Wild Dog Remote Sensing Trial was a joint initiative between the GNRBA and Rangelands NRM.  The intent of this project was to map all the breakaways in the GNRBA region. It is understood that this breakaway country is an area frequented by wild dogs at particular times of the year.

This project assists GNRBA in their battle to reduce wild dog numbers in the GNRBA region, through funding for the group to continue working with pastoralists in the region with their baiting programmes.

This Royalties for Regions and GNRBA funded project aims to utilise innovative technologies (thermal imaging and NDVI) to identify locations of cacti, leading to a more targeted approach to eradication.

PAST PROJECTS

The following projects have been conducted by GNRBA.

  • Addressing emerging weeds and pests in the Goldfields – Completed March 2015
  • Mertondale/Menzies invasive cacti roundup – Completed March 2015
  • Nullarbor Cactus Cleanup  – Railroading the cactus – Completed September 2015
  • Goldfields Herbicide trial – Completed October 2014
  • Coralling the Cactus at Tarmoola – Completed June 2013

Information on request from GNBRA Executive Officer Michelle Donaldson by email: CEO@gnrba.com.au

OTHER PROJECTS

Numerous other projects have been applied for across various biosecurity issues faced in the Southern Rangelands.

Details of successful projects will be featured when available.

MANAGING OUR RANGELAND RESOURCE