The woodland communities of the Corangamite region provide essential habitat for the region’s fauna and form a crucial biolink between the Otways and the Great Diving Range.
The Corangamite CMA, in partnership with Greening Australia, has developed the Corangamite CMA Woodland Recovery Project in recognition of the importance of these woodland areas. The Woodland Recovery project is a federally funded program encouraging landholders with woodlands to protect and enhance native vegetation.
Currently, the project is running in three areas of the region, including the Stony Rises (Stony Rises Woodland), Alvie-Dreeite (Stony Knoll Shrubland) and Inverleigh-Teesdale-Bannockburn (Grassy Woodland).
The guides are well worth checking out. http://www.ccma.vic.gov.au/What-we-do/Animals—Plants—Ecosystems/Current-Projects/Woodlands.aspx