In this video Dr. David Freudenberger from the Australian National University (ANU) explains to the viewer the how biodiversity conservation can be realised in Bluegum forestry operations if guidelines of remnant vegetation conservation are followed.
David demonstrates this in a variety of sites, showing good and bad examples.
This video is one in a series of training videos which showcase stories about the blue gum Forestry Industry in SW, WA. It was produced as a training resource for students at the ANU (Australian National University), Fenner School of Environment and Society, but is available as a resource open to all organisations.
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