BAM! (Bushland Assessment Method) Community Days

To correctly and effectively measure the success of our revegetation efforts, we use the South Australian Department of Environment’s Bushland Assessment Method. Some of the assessments in this method include recording the number of different plant life forms, looking for tree hollows, as well as measuring flowering heads and dead branches. ??

This research is crucial to understanding how our revegetation efforts are faring, and gives us more data to work with in the future.

If this is something you’d like to get involved in next time, please keep connected with us on social media for future opportunities. 

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