Benefits clear to see following upgrades to exclusion fence at Lake Benanee, near Euston

20/07/2017

Western Local Land Services has played a pivotal role in promoting the re-establishment of Casuarina obesa, commonly known as Swamp She-oak, on the foreshore of Lake Benanee which is currently the last known population in NSW.

Please click on the link to read the full media release from Western Local Land Services – Media Release – Benefits clear to see following upgrades to exclusion fence at Lake Benanee near Euston

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