Are you up for the Challenge?
You can go straight to the biorich design system that will bring wildlife into your garden and back paddock by clicking on Design to restore lost biodiversity
By choosing to be challenged you will discover how to design gardens and plantations that mimic nature.
Plantations that mimic nature and provide an income on farms are called 'biorich' plantations. Biorich plantations can thrive well beyond 200 years, provide rich habitat for endangered wildlife while returning a significant income to the farm.
For a light, easy to read blog on biorich design click here
To read something more detailed click to Biodiversity and Profit
These same design principles can be applied to urban gardens and streetscapes. Imagine Australian cities that welcome wildlife by providing food and habitat in gardens and vegetation links along 'nature strips' of the city streets. With thoughtful design we can help our wildlife move back to the city. Walking the dog along a suburban street on a warm summer evening could be like a walk in the bush and filled with birdsong.
Click to Design to restore lost biodiversity
Click here to go to 'Putting NATURE back into the Naturestrip part 1' & 'Putting NATURE back into the Naturestrip part 2'
What will Australia be like without our unique birds, animals and insects? The clock is ticking