The practical element of habitat restoration is often the most satisfying aspect of a project. However, bringing together the relevant scientific, fiscal and social strands that lie behind any well-planned project is undoubtedly both challenging and time consuming. For a vulnerable and fragmented species group such as montane scrub, it is imperative to develop a strategic approach that targets limited resources, both spatially and temporally, with regard to appropriate conservation management. This series of five booklets provides practical guidance on restoration issues.
Montane Scrub Action Group