Simply put, biodiversity is the variety of plant and animal life in a particular habitat. There are a host of pressures in our catchment which affect the normal level of biodiversity. These include weeds, feral animals, dieback, excessive nutrients entering our waterways... the list goes on.
At WICC we invest in programs which reduce these pressures so that our native flora and fauna can flourish.
Current programs include feral animal control measures through baiting, trapping and culls, weed treatments, native vegetation rehabilitation, dieback mitigation programs and community education.