How to manage native grasslands and grassy woodlands on your property
Environment Australia, April 1998
- Grassy guidelines: How to manage native grasslands and grassy woodlands on your property (PDF - 540 KB)
About the guidelines
A problem to date for people with grasslands is getting accurate advice on how best to manage them. It is often difficult for landowners and other managers to get access to research information, or to relate the results to their own areas and management questions.
Grassy guidelines is designed to fill this gap. It sets out straightforward advice on how to best manage grasslands and grassy woodlands to maintain and enhance their conservation values. Grassy guidelines applies only to ecosystems on the lowland foothills and plains. It is important to note that there are significant grassy ecosystems in the northern Mallee (the Raak Plain) and the High Plains of the Great Dividing Range that are not covered in this booklet.