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Ilparpa swamp rehabilitation plan.



Ilparpa swamp rehabilitation plan.


Henderson, R.


E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Report ; 18/2003




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Dept. of Infrastructure, Planning and the Environment

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Alice Springs


Report ; 18/2003

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I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I The Ilparpa Swamp Rehabilitation Committee The llparpa Swamp Rehabilitation Committee (ISRC) began the process of developing this plan from its first meeting on the 2nd May 2001. The ISRC was established by the Alice Springs Crban \Xiater Management Strategy Refcrence Group to provide guidance for the long-term rchabilitation of llparpa swamp. Over the past two years, the Committee has worked diligently together, with assistance from the community and technical e"'Perts, to produce this rehabilitation plan of management for Ilparpa swamp. On Behalf of the Board members (listed below), I endorse that this plan is a product of the Ilparpa Swamp Rehabilitation Committee, the Alice Springs Community and supporting Agencies. l'vlr Ro bbie Henderson CHAIRPERSON IIp''rp'' Swamp Rehabilitation Committee Acknowledgments The following people have assisted the ISRC in the planning process. Their time, commitment and e"'Penence are appreciated. Vanee Pulton, Land Management Col Stanton, Land Management Jonathan Vea, Natural Resource Planner David Kennedy, Pastoral Facilitator Felicity Forth, Water Watch Ann Grattidge, Landeare Coordinator Jodie Mason, Parks & Wildlife Many other people have assisted the ISRC in this process - please accept our thanks.

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