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The biograze project is concerned with managing the interactions between grazing and biodiversity. The rangelands — the dry pastoral lands — make up about 60% of Australia and are home to many animals and plants. Many of
these are not adversely affected by pastoral land use. Pastoralists know that there are grass and shrub species that change in abundance under different grazing pressures – some plants are decreasers under grazing, while others are

Irvinebank residents know that their region is special. It is an area of exceptional plant diversity - its craggy granite slopes are home to a unique range of heath and woodland plants. The residents are also proud of the town's history. Many of the families are descended from hard-working tin miners. The pride the residents have for their town is nowhere more evident than in the Landcare projects they have undertaken