Comment on State Government’s policy limiting riparian revegetation within the Yarra Valley

Along with several of my colleagues from the Waterway Ecosystem Research Group, we were quoted in a recent Age article on recent State Government policy limiting riparian revegetation within the Yarra Valley:

Wetlands ecologist Joe Greet in a waterway near Woori Yallock, where the banks have eroded due to a lack of vegetation.http://www.smh.com.au/technology/sci-tech/states-controversial-vegetation-policy-bad-news-for-environment-scientists-say-20170215-gudq4v.html

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About Dr Joe Greet

I am riparian ecologist with a penchant for plants. I am currently researching methods appropriate for the the restoration of Eucalyptus camphora swamp forest at Yellingbo - the last refuge of the Helmeted Honeyeater and lowland Leadbeater's Possum.
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