How Plants Respond to Change: community monitoring program

We are interested to hear from you if:

  • you have rare plants (either Threatened species or ROTAPs) in your local Bushcare patch or near where you live;
  • there is a hazard reduction burn scheduled for an area where you are working;
  • your Bushcare patch has experienced high frequency or severity fires; or
  • you are a keen walker and botanist with an interest in what happens after bushfires.

We are currently writing the draft guidelines and are keen to involve locals with an interest in plants to contribute to improving the knowledge base for the conservation of plants in the Blue Mountains.

If you are interested in being involved, please send an email to Liz Tasker.

We will include more information about the guidelines in a future email bulletin and in Gecko.