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Long-term monitoring of remote sites is generally hindered by the costs involved. FrogWatch has developed an award-winning model of engaging citizen scientists in cost-effective conservation research for both community and environmental benefit. This project will provide training and capacity building for the local Landcare groups, landholders and other community members who participate as Citizen Scientists. It will also generate much-needed opportunities for hands-on participation in bushfire recovery activities for the hundreds of people who have registered interest.
This project aims to enhance the recovery and maximise the resilience of fire-affected native plant and animal species, ecological communities, and natural assets within the seven regions identified as most impacted by the 2019-20 bushfires, to build capacity for better delivery of environmental bushfire recovery projects, to increase engagement and participation of local Landcare groups, landholders and others in bushfire recovery activities.
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