Barrington Broom Monitoring

Barrington Broom Monitoring

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Hunter Region Landcare Network (HRLN) and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Services (NPWS) are developing a program to engage volunteers as Citizen Scientists in Barrington Tops NP, to monitor the presence and control of Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius).

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HRLN Project Officer, Gabrielle, spent 3 days in Barrington Tops with NPWS planning and devising a program to lead volunteers in monitoring the spread and control of Scotch Broom in special bioregions – especially post-fire areas and threatened ecological communities. 

_Citizen Scientists - Scotch Broom Barrington

This program will be a great opportunity for young enviro students and experienced volunteers to probe deeper into conservation activities in Barrington, learn basic floristic surveying and monitoring techniques and gain technical experience.

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Stay 3 nights in Barrington NP

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Transport, food and accommodation included

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Gear & training provided

Please complete the form below, the organiser will contact you directly.